Hogansville

As for the service,they have been a pleasure to work with. Our representative spent a great deal of time educating me when decisions were being made and for that I am grateful. I was able to make decisions that not only met our needs per department but saved us money too! That kind of honesty is very important to Delta Community Credit Union as our mission is to "Always Do the Right Thing". Conducting business with Tri-Copy has been a pleasure and we look forward to continuing business with your company for many years to come. - Jaye McMillan, Vice President

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Hogansville is a city in Troup County, Georgia, United States. The population was 3,060 at the 2010 census. Since 1998, Hogansville has held an annual Hummingbird Festival in October. 

The town of Hogansville has a unique beginning in that it arose from the pre-Civil War plantation of one man, William Hogan. Hogansville began because there was a crossroads on Hogan's land of two important routes, the north-south railroad between Atlanta and West Point, and the east-west road to Augusta, now Highway 100. In his grant of right-of-way, Hogan gave an additional 150 feet (46 m) at the crossroad with the stipulation that a depot be built there. His foresight in this grant was the beginning of the town, long before it was incorporated in 1870. This depot was along the rebuilt, and has since been restored.