By Joan Hallmark email@example.com
In January of 1013, Doug Marshall appeared on ABC's "Shark Tank." The appearance was to change his life. During the past year, the Game Face Company has grown from a small company in Marshall's garage to a big company with new offices and international distribution.
ABC recently filmed an update on the success of "Game Face" and with that airing. Along with syndication by CNBC, Game Face is destined to become even more famous.
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