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Big Frog Leaps into Marketplace of Highland Village

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Big Frog Store at Marketplace of Highland Village

Big Frog has taken a major leap forward and opened its doors at the Marketplace of Highland Village on Justin Road. Big Frog delivers full color digital printing to garments and custom t-shirts with new technology and a model of outstanding customer service.

Customers can virtually walk in Big Frog with a concept for a custom t-shirt, polo, sweat-top, or any other garment and walk out the door with it minutes later or that afternoon. Graphic artists greet the customer as they walk in to help them work on a logo, message, and layout. Once a design is reached, a patented printing process applies rich color to the garment. The process works for printing photos on garments, as well as graphics.

Big Frog’s niche is smaller custom orders and there is no set up fee. They cater to small businesses, schools, civic organizations, sports teams, and anyone that needs smaller quantities of custom apparel quickly.

Michelle and Dave Fischer of Flower Mound own the Big Frog franchise for Flower Mound and Highland Village and this is their first Big Frog Store. Mark Glover, with iMark Realty Advisors, was the Tenant Representative for the Fischer’s. “Mark did a great job in making our lease space happen. He was there every step and did more than what we expected. His knowledge and experience was of great value”, according to Michelle Fischer. Bob Moore of Venture Commercial represented the Landlord.

Big Frog is at 3120 Justin Road in Highland Village, in front of the Wal-Mart. Their website is http://www.bigfrog.com/flowermound.

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Mark Glover is the Principle of iMark Realty Advisors in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. Mark has over 25 years experience in advising clients on how to safely and profitably buy, sell, lease, develop and invest in commercial real estate. Mark also helps clients gain cash-flow in their business with a specialized suite of tax studies and tax credits. These include cost segregation. R&D credits, Energy credits, and Recapture credits.