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June 24, 2004

Lee County-- Business is booming for one t-shirt company. The owners say moving a few miles north made all the difference.

The Ink Spot celebrated its official grand-opening Wednesday, although their print shop has been operating at the Winn Dixie shopping center on U.S. 19 for a year.

Owner Jerry Johnson says his family moved the business from the Albany location on North Slappey because of problems with their lease and they are happy they did, "Since we have moved here the business has been very good. We have doubled since we moved to Lee County from down there on North Slappey."

Another former Albany business that moved to Lee County, Fairway Toyota, is already reporting record sales.

Posted at 4:10 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

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