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April 22, 2014 5:04 PM

Local FASTSIGNS franchisee taps emerging markets to become one of top-selling locations in world

Owner of three Charlotte-area FASTSIGNS franchises learned to snag – and promote – diverse and prominent work for clients such as SouthPark mall, Charlotte-Mecklenburg government and local universities.

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