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Albany CVB wins picture contest

The winning picture The winning picture

By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Albany's convention and visitor's bureau won a statewide contest for a photo that highlights the city.

The winning picture shows the Oak Trees on Rosedale Avenue.

It was entered into the Georgia Production Partnership Cup-O-Pansies Photo Location contest.

Pansies had to be in each photo that showed spots that would make great locations for a movie.

The city will get a 30-second television commercial to promote Albany.

There were more than sixty entries from across the state in the contest.

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