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Fast 25: ATEC Inc.

The company was part of the Super Bowl XLVI production team in 2012 and has been working with the NFL ever since on communications for the Super Bowl, the draft and its international games in London and Mexico.

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Fast 25: Rehab Medical

President Kevin Gearheart says the company is now in 20 states—it just added Texas and Tennessee and expanded in states such as Florida, where it already had a presence.

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Fast 25: James Babcock Inc.

Third-generation owner Dan Babock attributes company growth to “good general-contracting partners and owners who trust our work” and employees who have been given the chance to thrive.

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Fast 25: Mavpak

It’s a good time to be in the business of providing custom packing supplies and whatever else customers need to get their products safely from Point A to Point B, Mavpak owner John Goo said.

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Fast 25: Sharpen Technologies Inc.

Sharpen Technologies Inc. provides what it calls an “agent-focused omnichannel contact center platform,” which is another way of saying the company’s software is designed to make customer service departments more efficient and give customers better experiences.

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Fast 25: Stay Dry Roofing

Stay Dry focuses heavily on its online presence. Olinger said he has a minority business partner who runs a digital marketing firm, and they concentrate on search engine optimization.

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Fast 25: Speedread Technologies LLC

Speedread Technologies LLC provides two products: a radio frequency automated meter-reading system to remotely read water, gas or electric meters; and its newest innovation, a cellular automated meter-reading system that can read any brand of meters.

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Fast 25: Formstack

Formstack, which helps customers build online forms and automate workflow, has been a Fast 25 company five of the past six years (the exception being 2019).

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