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Jonathan Drake is the new general manager at the Fun Factory in Franklin. A resident of Franklin, Drake is anxious to “crank up the fun” and excitement at the Fun Factory plus build a strong team to make the Fun Factory Franklin a great destination for entertainment.

Drake, a recent 2012 graduate of Bryan College, received his BS in business management, with a minor in Biblical studies.

“I was blessed and lucky enough to be selected for the job,” said Drake.

The Fun Factory Franklin originally opened in 2002, and before going to college, Drake worked at the prize counter, redeeming tickets in exchange for prizes. While at the Fun Factory Franklin he was promoted to shift leader with a multitude of responsibilities which provides him valuable experience for his role as manager.

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting celebrating the grand opening of Curvy Girl Consignment at 613 Highlands Road. The shop is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Curvy Girl Consignment is the first plus size only (size 12 and up) consignment shop in Franklin. Amanda Haggard, shop owner, is proud to offer this new opportunity for plus size ladies. She offers plus size clothing, as well as, jewelry, shoes and accessories.

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No one likes to find out they’ve gotten a bad deal or been taken advantage of by a con artist. Even worse is the feeling that maybe you could’ve done something to prevent it. While not all consumer pitfalls are avoidable, a few simple rules can help you steer clear of scams and help you get the most for your money.

1. Always read paperwork carefully before you sign it. Take the time to read contracts and other paperwork thoroughly. If you don’t understand something, ask questions. Make sure all written documents match what you’ve been promised. And once you sign, be sure to get a final copy for your records.

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From fresh vegetables to homespun yarn offered at local markets

As part of the Venture Local Franklin (VLF) initiative, Macon County News is teaming up with VLF to highlight local businesses throughout Franklin. Each week, MCN will select locally owned and operated businesses in a different industry ranging from retail to tourism, to manufacturing. It is our goal at MCN to work with VLF to encourage residents to shop locally and utilize the resources Franklin has to offer. To learn more about VLF, visit the VLF facebook page or join the group for their next community hang out at Livingston's Bar and Grill on June 28 at 5:30 p.m.

With the “Go Green” movement making waves throughout the country, it is becoming more and more popular to make a shift to more natural, healthy ways of living.

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