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Photo firm’s first Ga. franchisee opens in Alpharetta
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October 09, 2013 11:05 AM | 1187 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Spoiled Rotten Photography’s first Georgia franchisee, Elizabeth Bailey, has opened a Spoiled Rotten Photography franchise in Alpharetta that will also serve Milton, Roswell and Johns Creek.

Launched in Huntsville, Ala. in 2003, the company specializes in portraits for preschool age children. A year ago, Bailey had met Melissa Tash – the founder – at a photography workshop, and this chance encounter encouraged Bailey to downsize her own studio and transition into preschool portraiture.

As a result of her interest in the company, Bailey began training with the company for two weeks in Huntsville with Tash.

“I had a great deal of experience going into the training, but always feel like there is something more that I can learn,” said Bailey. “I’m so excited to be in on the ground floor of this franchise opportunity and can’t wait to see the growth Spoiled Rotten will experience as a whole in the next few years.”

As well as a variety of fall and spring sets for school portraits, Bailey offers a Christmas set, cap and gown set for preschool graduation, Campus Candids and custom sessions for families. Preschool directors who are interested in setting a meeting with Bailey are encouraged to call (770) 744-3049 or e-mail Elizabeth@spoiledrottenphotography.com.

To learn more about the company, prospective franchisees can find more information on the company’s website at www.spoiledrottenphotography.com.

Those who wish to inquire about opening a company franchise in their own hometown should contact Tra Williams of Eastbourne Brands at tra@eastbournebrands.com.

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