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Lindley Estes is a business writer for The Free Lance-Star and This blog is on Fredericksburg-area business. Send an e-mail to Lindley Estes.

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For Anything in new Spotsylvania space

For Anything's new location in the Four Mile Fork area of Spotsylvania. (Robert A. Martin/The Free Lance-Star -- click for larger size)

Jeff Morin and Chris Frederick showed off their company’s new Spotsylvania County digs Thursday to a delegation including state Sen. Bryce Reeves and Susan Allen.

Morin and Frederick, longtime friends and fellow Marine Corps veterans, are business partners in a company called For Anything that sells an array of custom-made products including commemorative coins, awards, shirts, signs and more. Most of the orders come in online, from all over the world.

Last year Morin bought an 8,000-square-foot property at 100 Industrial Drive in the Four-Mile Fork area that was the former home of Warren Flynn Construction. Chase Construction Inc. renovated the building, including adding a breezeway connecting the office part with a warehouse.

Commemorative coins are one of the company's largest business lines.

Morin and Frederick moved to their new home over the past couple of months, consolidating from rented space in North Stafford and Central Park (in a store doing business as Sign-A-Rama, which they are no longer affiliated with). About 23 people work at the company.

Morin and Reeves are longtime friends, and Allen was visiting as part of a statewide small business tour connected with the U.S. Senate campaign of her husband, George.

Click here for a previous article on the business.

Here are a couple of more shots taken by FLS photographer Bob Martin. Click for larger sizes:

Left to right: Virginia Sen. Bryce Reeves, customer Karen Steinhoof, Susan Allen (wife of U.S. Senate candidate George Allen) and For Anything owners Jeff Morin and Chris Frederick during Allen's visit.

Susan Allen meets with For Anything owners Chris Frederick (left) and Jeff Morin (right, blue shirt, next to Allen) and shipping manager Patrick Perdue during her visit.

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