Double the Potential

March 2009
Review of Optometry;3/1/2009 Supplement, p13
Trade Publication
The article profiles optometrist Sheila Gowdy of Atlanta, Georgia. It explores the efforts of Gowdy in searching for a practice for sale. It indicates the purchase made by Gowdy to an established 15-year-old optical boutique in Buckhead in the city. It also highlights the approaches taken by the optometrist in developing the business. INSET: Timing Is Everything.


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