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About the Author: Craig Fox
Craig Fox is also the founder and visionary behind Pinnacle Cart eCommerce software. With over 45,000 clients, Pinnacle Cart is one of the world’s leading ecommerce solutions for small to medium-size business. Prior to starting Pinnacle Cart in 2002, Craig worked extensively with a number of small businesses helping them develop and achieve their online business objectives. Craig decided he could do better and Pinnacle Cart was born. Large multi - national companies have aligned themselves with Pinnacle Cart these days including Sprint, Vodafone, CenturyLink, Parallels and GoDaddy. Hailing from Minnesota, Craig hangs out in Phoenix, AZ these days shaping the brand messaging for Pinnacle Cart. As often as work permits, though, Craig can be found backpacking around foreign countries across the globe. His mad cover song abilities are appreciated everywhere.