Resident glad for career change to entrepreneur
by Nicole Dow
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It was a chance meeting on an airplane that changed the course of Anna Shmukler’s life. The north Fulton resident had spent the past three decades of her life working as a transportation engineer before sharing a flight with an Instant Imprints fr...

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