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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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Business Notes, Sept. 17

Here are some odds and ends from the world of Fredericksburg-area business over the past week:

  • Parrish Learning Zone has moved its tutoring business to a new location at 4026 Plank Road in Spotsylvania County
  • Kara Ward has joined the Stafford County Economic Development Authority. She replaced David Beiler, whose term expired. Ward also chairs the Next Generation of Business Leaders’ board of directors and runs a marketing and communications company called The Launch Group.
  • A property that is home to a recently opened 7-Eleven gas station and convenience store at the northwest corner of Garrisonville and Shelton Shop roads in Stafford County recently sold for $1,785,000. Charlotte, N.C.-based Morgan Property Group LLC  acquired the property in 2007 and sold the 3,000-square-foot 7-Eleven building to Zippy LLC. Morgan Property Group is seeking to sell or do a build-to-suit deal on an adjacent 1.7-acre lot.
  • Jim and James Acors, formerly of Avery-Hess, and Lynn Smith, formerly of Long & Foster, have joined the residential division of Spotsylvania County-based Vakos Real Estate, which also announced it now has a property management arm called ARISTA Management Group LLC that will be led by Constance Antonio.

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