Fayetteville

Doing business with Tri-Copy has been a breath of fresh air for our company. After a very bad experience with our previous Office Equipment vendor, dealing with the professionals at Tri-Copy has been a very pleasant experience. Derek Mills who was the first face I met has been nothing but great! His product knowledge, specifically about the BizHub enabled our company to make a more informed decision as to what type equipment we needed. Tri-Copy is a company that holds high the basic honesty and integrity of doing business. I highly recommend Tri-Copy Office Equipment and would be happy to speak with anyone concerning our experience. -Jeff Buchanan

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Whether you are looking to lease copiers in Fayetteville, or you are looking for color copiers in Fayetteville, Georgia, Tri-Copy can help. Tri-Copy office machines offers a wide variety of Konica Minolta BizHub copiers and printers including...

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Fayetteville is a city in Fayette County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, Fayetteville had a population of 15,945, up from 11,148 at the 2000 census. Fayetteville is the county seat of Fayette County. Fayetteville is located 22 miles (35 km) south of downtown Atlanta.

The Fayette County Courthouse, built in 1825 four years after the county and town's founding, is the oldest surviving courthouse in Georgia. The courthouse is located in the center of the Fayetteville town square. Since the construction of a new courthouse, the 1825 building has been adapted for use as the local welcome center. It holds offices for Fayetteville Main Street and the Fayette County Development Authority.

The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House was built in 1855 by John Stiles Holliday, uncle of the western gambler John Henry "Doc" Holliday. Operated as a house museum, it is open to the public, Tuesday - Saturday, as the Holliday Dorsey Fife Museum.