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Michigan couple wants to make their Goldfish Swim School the nation’s biggest

Goldfish Swim School, a Michigan-based company founded by Chris and Jenny McCuiston in 2006 in Birmingham, is a fast-growing enterprise that aims to become one of the largest swim-school franchisers in America. It’s also part of a growing national trend: private, year-round swim schools for young children. See Detroit Free Press
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