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How a Big Birthday Inspired One Man to Become a Franchisee

Tim Huels took a risk, and it paid off. Here's how he did it.
Tim Huels (center) and Ashley West ( far right) meet Sculpture Hospitaility franchisees. Source: Tim Huels

By 2012, Tim Huels was at a turning point. He’d spent 11 years working his way up from intern to area manager at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in northwest Arkansas, but, he says, “I always said that when I turned 30 I would reevaluate my situation and if I was able to take a

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