Amazon returns 21-foot saguaro to Arizona after Tucson group's stunt

Sun Corridor, a development, shipped a 21-foot cactus to Amazon, as cities around North America to try win the company's second headquarters. (KVOA)

Amazon is returning a 21-foot saguaro to Arizona after a group sent the cactus as a gift to lure the online retail giant to southern Arizona.

Sun Corridor, Inc., in Tucson hoped to get Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' attention by sending him a saguaro cactus. Sun Corridor is wooing the Seattle-based tech giant to pick southern Arizona for its second corporate headquarters.

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Amazon News tweeted Monday that they can't accept gifts, so they donated the protected cactus to the Desert Museum in Tucson.

Sun Corridor is a economic development group for southern Arizona.

Amazon's second headquarters requires 8 million square feet.

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