Avondale Mini Storage

Avondale Mini Storage
Avondale Mini Storage is listed in the Warehouses Commodity & Merchandise category in Scottdale, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Avondale Mini Storage which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Avondale Mini Storage on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Avondale Mini Storage is:
3111 Church St
Scottdale, GA 30079
(404) 508-8000

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Avondale Mini Storage has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Avondale Mini Storage has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Scottdale, Georgia is 37 and in the category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Today is Forgiveness Day! Global Forgiveness Day is held on August 27 International Forgiveness Day, the first Sunday of August Forgiveness Day is a time to forgive and to be forgiven. The world will be a better place for this day. Global Forgiveness Day began in 1994. It was created and is sponsored by the Christian Embassy for Christ's Ambassadors. It originated in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. International Forgiveness Day was created by the World Forgiveness Alliance, a non-denominational, educational foundation. According to their website: " International Forgiveness Day dedicated to evoking the healing power of forgiveness worldwide." The founder is Robert W. Plath, from Mill Valley, California. In religions: ** The Jewish celebration of Yom Kippur is a day of atonement or forgiving. ** In Christian religions,the first Sunday before Lent is called "Forgiveness Sunday". Quote of the Day: To err is human, to forgive is divine.

Today is National Pink Day! It's National Pink Day, a day where everything should be basking in pink splendor! It's especially a day for the ladies, as pink is a girl's favorite color. Guys, you can participate in National Pink Day, too. Just get in touch with your feminine side, and display a dash of pink. Note: the girls will love you for it! It's easy to enjoy and to participate in National Pink Day. Bring your pink elephant out of hiding. Wear pink, and show off everything you have that's pink, from clothing and shoes to other possessions. Be creative. Use food coloring to make pink meals. Pink frosting on a cake or cookies will be a big hit today.

Happy National Chocolate Eclair Day! This is my favorite holiday. National Chocolate Eclair Day is a sugary, sweet way to start your day. It's a sweet, tasty way to end your day, too. Eclairs are a light, crisp pastry filled with a pastry cream. They are most often eaten as a dessert. They can be eaten at every meal, or as a snack. We hope that you are not on a diet, or watching calories, carb or sugar. Because participating in this day, means consumption of high calorie, high carb, high sugar eclairs. Did you know? Eclairs originated in France.

Happy Summer Solstice Day! Summer Solstice is sometimes referred to as "Midsummer" Litha". It's the longest day of the year. The amount of daylight only goes down from here....for the next six months (more on that later). Summer Solstice is the meteorological start of summer. It's time to enjoy vacations, great weather, pools, baseballs, and everything else that goes along with the favorite season of kids and most adults. Grab your favorite beverage and enjoy the season, because for many of us it is all too short. Did you know? The sun does not set at the North Pole today. There is 24 hours of sunlight. Does it make up for that cold day in December when the sun does not rise above the horizon? No, but on this day it sure does feel good wherever you are!

It's Red Rose Day! Red Rose Day is a time to enjoy and appreciate America's favorite flower.....the red rose. A red rose signifies love. A June setting for Red Rose Day is very appropriate, as this is by far the most popular month for weddings. And, they are in bloom in the gardens across America this month. In addition to being the most popular cut flower, roses are also the most popular flower in flower beds and around foundation of houses, garages and sheds. They are easy to grow, producing a bounty of sweet scented flowers from June up to the first frost. Did you know? Each rose color sends a different meaning to the recipient. Make sure you send the right message. Rose colors and their meaning: Red Nothing sends the message of love more clearly, than a red rose. Make that a dozen! The meaning of this rose color is quite clear. Red roses represent love, beauty, passion, courage and respect. White Whit is the color of purity and innocence. It also represents silence or secrecy, reverence and humility. Pink Appreciation,"Thank you", grace, perfect happiness, and admiration Dark Pink Send roses of this color to show appreciation or gratitude. Light Pink admiration, sympathy Yellow Joy, gladness, friendship, delight, freedom, the promise of a new beginning. Orange Admiration, desire, enthusiasm, fascination Red and White Given together, these signify unity. Red Rosebud A symbol of purity and loveliness White Rosebud Symbolic of girlhood Cream Charm, thoughtfulness, graciousness Thornless Rose Signifies "Love at first sight".