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Military veterans Jesse Moreno and Jason Ciletti opened a Miami location and because of their veteran status Tint World cut 10 percent off the franchise fee.
"What attracted us to Tint World was our love for cars and to come back home and work here in the US. We have been working overseas for the last couple of years and wanted to use the money we saved to open our own business and Tint World gave us that opportunity,” Ciletti said in the release. “We are excited to get our names out there and making [ourselves] more a part of this community. We are in a great neighborhood surrounded by small businesses and are hoping to be successful and live out the American dream."
The second location was opened by John Miller in St. Petersburg. Miller has 14 years in the music and entertainment business, is a private corporate pilot and operates a vending machine company, according to the release.
“My main goal is that all of my customers leave knowing that they made the right choice by choosing Tint World," Miller said in the release.
There are now 15 Tint World locations in the state.
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