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Airship Self Storage
Christie Rampone is an unlikely soccer star. She went to Monmouth University on a basketball scholarship (those high jumps would come in handy later) and got a degree in special education. Now she’s headed to Beijing as captain of the women’s soccer team and is co-owner of Airship Self Storage, a three-person company in Manchester, N.J. Because she has two careers, “Sometimes I have to get to the nearest notary public for signatures and find a fax machine on the road,” she says. “But I’m always available.” That’s not the only way she stays in touch with the $230,000 business: Her home is in New Jersey, but she’s been living in California to train. Guess where all her stuff is.