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'''Mark Brown''' is a Charlottesville entrepreneur who owns [[Yellow Cab Company|Yellow Cab]], [[Anytime Taxi]] and the [[Main Street Arena]]. <ref>{{cite-cville|title=Cab wars: Why new taxi technology is making some drivers mad|url=http://www.c-ville.com/cab-wars-why-new-taxi-technology-is-making-some-drivers-mad/#.UVMk7xeG2Sp|author=Graelyn Brashear|pageno=|printno=|printdate=March 26, 2013|publishdate=March 26, 2013|accessdate=March 27, 2013}}</ref>
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'''Mark Brown''' is a Charlottesville entrepreneur who owns [[Yellow Cab Company|Yellow Cab]], [[Anytime Taxi]] the [[Main Street Arena]], and the building that houses downtown restaurants [[The Whiskey Jar]] and [[Brookville]]. <ref>{{cite-cville|title=Cab wars: Why new taxi technology is making some drivers mad|url=http://www.c-ville.com/cab-wars-why-new-taxi-technology-is-making-some-drivers-mad/#.UVMk7xeG2Sp|author=Graelyn Brashear|pageno=|printno=|printdate=March 26, 2013|publishdate=March 26, 2013|accessdate=March 27, 2013}}</ref>
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Brown is also the owner of the [[Charlottesville Parking Center]]. Brown announced the completion of a $13.8 million deal to purchase the privately held Charlottesville Parking Center in August 2014. The purchase price of $34 per share for the 407,309 shares was approved at an August 4 CPC shareholders meeting. <ref>{{cite email|subject=Mark Brown Press Release - CPC Acquisition|from=Joh Kelly|sourceorg=|to=Brian Wheeler|repositoryorg=|senddate=12 Aug 2014}}</ref>
  
 
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Mark Brown is a Charlottesville entrepreneur who owns Yellow Cab, Anytime Taxi the Main Street Arena, and the building that houses downtown restaurants The Whiskey Jar and Brookville. [1]


Brown is also the owner of the Charlottesville Parking Center. Brown announced the completion of a $13.8 million deal to purchase the privately held Charlottesville Parking Center in August 2014. The purchase price of $34 per share for the 407,309 shares was approved at an August 4 CPC shareholders meeting. [2]


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References

  1. Web. Cab wars: Why new taxi technology is making some drivers mad, Graelyn Brashear, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, March 26, 2013, retrieved March 27, 2013. Print. March 26, 2013 .
  2. E-mail. Joh Kelly. "Mark Brown Press Release - CPC Acquisition." Message to Brian Wheeler. 12 Aug 2014.

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