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June 21, 2014 5:37 PM

Mooresville e-cigarette chain MadVapes finds rapid success in growing industry

Mark Hoogendoorn started building electronic cigarettes out of his home office in 2009. Today, he owns 22 stores in a growing Mooresville-based chain expected to earn $40 million in revenue this year.

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