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Carvana Keeps Growing

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Four years after selling its first car in Georgia, Carvana is adding another store.
The chain’s latest location serves residents in the Augusta and Macon areas.
Carvana launched in Atlanta in 2013.
To date, Carvana has delivered cars to customers in 48 states. With this launch, Carvana now offers free, as-soon-as-next-day delivery to residents in 29 markets.

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