Cordele GA Auto, Home & Business Insurance
Known as the "Watermelon Capital of the World", Cordele, the county seat of Crisp County, takes its name from the eldest daughter of Colonel Samuel Hawkins, the president of the Savannah, Americus and Montgomery Railroads.
During the last days of the Confederacy, Georgia's war governor, Joseph E. Brown, escaped William Tecumsah Sherman's "March to the Sea" by taking shelter at his farmhouse, which lay in the area that is now Cordele. The farmhouse, called "Dooly County Place" served as the unofficial capital for only a few days.
Budget Insurance Agency is delighted to serve the residents of Cordele, Georgia. Our experienced agents are here to help you and your family find the right coverage for the right price. Contact us for a Cordele, GA insurance quote.
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