Jen and Keith Koppenal, with their daughter Mia, recently started their own business, Kope Kustoms, and want to thank the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce for all its help.
Jen and Keith Koppenal, with their daughter Mia, recently started their own business, Kope Kustoms, and want to thank the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce for all its help. COURTESY OF JEN KOPPENAL
Jen and Keith Koppenal, with their daughter Mia, recently started their own business, Kope Kustoms, and want to thank the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce for all its help. COURTESY OF JEN KOPPENAL

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April 22, 2015 08:28 AM

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