KAMO Has 74-Year History in Augusta
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You are doing a good job of trying to recruit new advertisers to your paper by showcasing their businesses in “news articles” disguised as ads or vice versa.
As someone that hasn’t lived in Augusta my entire life. I appreciate learning about the local businesses.
Fascinating history of the various businesses in the Augusta area. Kamo has done much for the CSRA community and I love their logos on their trucks and buildings!