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Chamber unfolds new map of the city
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Manteca Chamber of Commerce Events Coordinator Geri Lewis, left, and Executive Director Joann Beattie are shown holding the new Manteca city map and street directory.

The Manteca Chamber of Commerce has printed new maps of the city.

“People are pleased that we have them as it is hard to find maps anymore,” Chamber Executive Director Joann Beattie said.

Beattie noted there are a lot of delivery truck drivers that do not have GPS but even those that do have the tech directional devices like to have maps.

“A map allows you to see where you are going a lot easier,” she said.

Drivers with GPS devices have said they like to look at all of their delivery points at one time so they can pre-plan their routes.

The maps are also popular with newcomers to the community as well as longtime residents that like to hit yard sales.

A nighttime shot of Bass Pro Shops is on the cover.

The map includes a street index as well as key City of Manteca locations.

The flip side profiles Manteca/s downtown murals as well as Manteca area attractions such as Bass Pro Shops, the Delta, Delicato Vineyards, and the Great Wolf Resort on target to open mid-2020.

There is also a locator map of that notes Manteca is “at the heart of it all”. It lists nearby areas such as Yosemite Valley, Napa Valley, San Francisco, San Jose, Lodi Wine Country, Sacramento, Sonora and the Gold Country as well as Merced along with mileage.

The map is one of many services the business organization does in a bid to promote business, attract visitors, and to help generate interest in employers locating in Manteca.

The maps are available at the Manteca Chamber of Commerce office, 182 W. North St., Suite 6. You can also call (209) 823-6121.

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