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The Square in McDonough, Georgia
Georgia, USA
The City of McDonough is the county seat of Henry County. It contains the world headquarters of Snapper Products. It is host to the Geranium Festival in May and the Roberto Clemente World Series in mid-July at Richard Craig Park.
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