In the U.S., today is a federal holiday called Columbus Day. In addition to having his very own holiday, Christopher Columbus has several U.S. cities and towns named for him, and dozens if you include the ones named Columbia. On the SmallBusiness.com WIKI, we have entries for several cities named Columbus that can help you discover links to local resources for helping you start and run a small business. (We have similar pages for hundreds of cities that aren’t names Columbus, also. Just click to the Small Business Local Resources directory of the wiki.)

In honor of Columbus Day, here are links to SmallBusiness.com WIKI entries and other resources for small businesses in cities named Columbus.

Columbus, Georgia

Columbus, Indiana

Columbus, Ohio

Columbus, Texas

Columbus, Wisconsin

Illustration of Columbus, Ohio, by SmallBusiness.com via photo from City of Columbus, Ohio, Columbus.gov)

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