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Teen profile: At 14, already a technology guru

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Posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 11:00 pm

Jeff Fullerton, a freshman at Santa Fe Prep, has always been interested in tinkering, a passion that led him to become chief executive officer and founder of the electronics support and repair company FullyCircuits. He created this company after restoring a few electronics, including his own computer. Over time, patch-up jobs of smartphones, tablets and other technological devices followed, and so a company was formed. Fullerton said he chose the name because he “wanted something similar to [his] name.”

Discussing his future plans for the company, he said, “My hope is for FullyCircuits to merge the repair and consulting sides to create an all-around [information technology] business.”

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