Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia, founded in 1733 by Gen. James Edward Oglethorpe
. Savannah is a city rich in history and historic locations, and includes thousands of local businesses
, some new, some started generations ago.
, launched more than a decade ago in 2004, continues to be an up-to-date and ongoing collection of information about many of the local businesses
. It is a fast and easy business resource for Savannah's locals. It is also a helpful resource for visitors, whether tourists here just for a day or two, or students and others who may be calling Savannah their home for a few years to come. Savannah Directory
is a simple yet useful one-stop source for what to do, what to get, where to go, and who to call when the need arises.
uses Category Pages
to list Savannah businesses. A few categories are larger than the others and include businesses that have multiple types. This requires the use of sub-categories. These larger categories are listed on individual pages, and include: Hotels
, and the Arts
. Similarly, Community Services
is a broad and popular category which also requires its own individual page to sub-divide the various components.
Most of the businesses in this online directory are listed in the Savannah Business Directory
category which includes the Shops, Stores, Agencies, Contractors, Mechanics, Maintenance Workers, Trades People, Sales Teams, Installers, Repairers, Consultants, Agents, Representatives, Skilled Professionals, Trained Experts - and other dedicated reliable hard-working professionals.
Separating businesses into various Categories makes it easy for readers to find information about a certain business, and also to learn more about various local choices in a particular category. Whatever a business type might be, there is a corresponding page to match.
Analytic reports show that thousands of readers view Savannah Directory
each day. These viewers include a wide range of people, from students to professionals to seniors. Readers often come to the Directory for a specific item of information, and then stay to read more about other local businesses.