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Small-business selfie winner: April Whitlock, CEO of Fundanoodle.

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- COURTESY OF APRIL WHITLOCK
When April Whitlock attended the annual Head Start conference at the Raleigh Convention Center this year, she brought Max and Alphie with her. Whitlock is CEO and majority owner of Fundanoodle, an early education product line.

When April Whitlock attended the annual Head Start conference at the Raleigh Convention Center this year, she brought Max and Alphie with her.

Whitlock is CEO and majority owner of Fundanoodle ( www.fundanoodle.com), an early education product line for children ages 3 through first grade.

“The products combine the best of multi-sensory stimulation and early education standards,” Whitlock wrote. “Max & Alphie, along with all of their animal friends, make sure that children have fun while learning.”

We’re sending Whitlock a ShopTalk travel mug. Send us your selfie and you could win a travel mug, too. Use your mobile device to take candid photos of yourself in your business, showing off what you do in your environment. You can ask someone to take photos of you, too, but we don’t want professional shots. We’re looking for candids that capture the selfie spirit.

Go to charlotteobserver.com/shoptalk to upload your photos. The best photos will run here each week.

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