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Business profile: Sean Crotty

Sean Crotty

Cutting Edge Designs

2340 Postal Road Suite 1A


Age: 31

Years in business: 1 year

Background: “I started working in the automotive business working on engines and then tires for Big O Tires in town. Now I design wraps for cars. We can do advertising wraps, and wraps for race cars. I do a lot of the wraps for the race cars in town at the Pahrump Valley Speedway and Spring Mountain Motor Sports Ranch. I saw this opportunity and purchased this business and have about five years of experience. The biggest skill you need in this business is patience and I have a lot of that.

Personal: “I like to drive remote-controlled cars to relax, but I don’t know how to really relax.”

First job: “I worked for Big O Tires in town.”

Business climate: “I am one of the few that I know of that does this in town. I started this business in town because the town was lacking a business like this. There wasn’t a whole lot out here.”

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