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Hey Everyone! My name is Vince.

 

Just started browsing this website and it seems very informative with lots of useful information. I'm currently looking to connect with any others that can relate to a situation I am in.

 

I am a second generation future shop owner currently struggling with family matters and butting heads with the current older generation that is running the company. I am 30 years old with currently 9 years in the industry. Looking for information or tips on how to push forward or just someone to talk to that can relate!

 

Looking forward to getting to know everyone here!

 

Cheers!

Vince

 

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