Geographical Regions

Charge.com Keeps Colorado Merchants on Cloud Nine

High above the rest of the Lower 48 floats the beautiful state of Colorado. It is home to almost half of the majestic Rocky Mountain Range which contain some of the tallest summits in the western half of the contiguous United States, including the indomitable Mount Elbert, Pikes Peak, and Longs Peak. Nature is not…

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Wisconsin Merchants Make More Cheddar with Charge.com

When most Americans think of Wisconsin, they think of cheese. While the state does provide many other regions with products made from milk, America’s Dairyland is more than just one big pasture. Each year, thousands and thousands of visitors pour into Wisconsin to marvel at its many wonders. The state is home to not one,…

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Charge.com Has Much in Store for Merchants in Missouri

Missouri may not be the biggest state, or the most populous – but that does not mean people have forgotten about it. Each year, thousands upon thousands of folks come to visit the Show Me State. They come for the delicious barbecue and epic jazz music of Kansas City. They come to marvel at the…

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Charge.com Takes Care of Independent Merchants in Tennessee

Each year, the timeless beauty and gracious hospitality of Tennessee draws in visitors by the hundreds of thousands. People come from far and wide to marvel at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park’s stunning landscape – with its picturesque trails and unique observation tower, Clingman’s Dome. They tour the vast underground cavern at Ruby Falls,…

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Washington State Merchants Win Big with Charge.com

Washington is perhaps the best-known state in America’s green, water-rich Pacific Northwest region. It is famous throughout the other 49 for many things, like Seattle – a regional travel and commercial hub situated next to the Puget Sound. The city is home to industry giants such as Boeing, Microsoft, and Amazon, as well as tourist…

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North Carolina Merchants Get More with Charge.com

North Carolina is not the biggest state, but it still has a very diverse landscape. In the west sits the hauntingly beautiful Appalachian Mountain Range – backdrop to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park with its miles and miles of magnificent forests, rivers, waterfalls, and Clingmans Dome. Toward the middle of the state is the…

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