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Nominate Your Own Choice for coverage in our new ZIP Code series

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They’re those corners of the world that you just can’t get out of your mind. Places so special, or just plain weird, that they take on their own personalities. National Geographic scoured the United States to include just such places in its new ZipUSA series.

This month find out why folks in the tiny mining town of Rico, Colorado 81332, resist pitches from big developers. Other zips in the works range from the rebirth of an African-American mecca to the happenings at the ultimate in truck stops. Nominate your own choice and tell us why it’s special. We are looking at the best nominations for coverage in the magazine. And since the series is going global, international postal codes are eligible too.

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After nominating your own special corner of the world, get into the fun and fray of this months pick: Rico, Colorado 81332.

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