Sight for Sore Eyes

Hofman, Mike
October 2001
Inc.;Oct2001, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p22
Features entrepreneur Steven Marcum, creator of SportEYZ sunglasses. How he developed the idea for the sunglasses; Establishment of his company, Marcum Industries; Prices of the product.


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