Fall means fun, fairs for all of Georgia – Georgia Transmission
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Fall means fun, fairs for all of Georgia

October 13, 2017

In communities across the state, the festivals and fairs of fall are essential elements of our shared experiences. From cotton candy to ferris wheels, caramel apples to bumper cars, people come together to celebrate the changing seasons and enjoy what makes their community a unique and special place to live, learn and grow.

Georgia Transmission is proud to be a good neighbor in the communities we serve. Working with local EMCs across the state, we help transmit reliable energy that powers baseball fields, Friday night lights, area barbecues and other local events.

Together, we share in the joy, fun and happiness that comes with the celebrations of the season. And as the weather turns cooler and the air turns crisper, we hope you too take the opportunity to gather with family and friends and cherish the time spent together.

With that in mind, we wanted to share just a few of our favorite fairs and festivals from across Georgia.

Visit the websites listed to learn more about each fair:

Georgia National Fair

Georgia Mountain Fall Festival

Deep South Fair

Columbia County Fair

Southwest Georgia Regional Fair