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A mattress sales executive with 30 years of experience, Edwin Shoffner is the president of Greenville, South Carolina's Mattress By Appointment, a nationwide licensor with operations in 45 states. Beyond his professional pursuits, Edwin Shoffner is an avid fan of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Charlotte Hornets.

A mattress sales executive with 30 years of experience, Edwin Shoffner is the president of Greenville, South Carolina's Mattress By Appointment, a nationwide licensor with operations in 45 states. Beyond his professional pursuits, Edwin Shoffner is an avid fan of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Charlotte Hornets.

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Hornets Sign a Pair of UNC Alumni

  1. 1. Edwin Shoffner
  2. 2.  A mattress sales executive with 30 years of experience, Edwin Shoffner is the president of Greenville, South Carolina's Mattress By Appointment, a nationwide licensor with operations in 45 states. Beyond his professional pursuits, Edwin Shoffner is an avid fan of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Charlotte Hornets. After missing the playoffs in the 2016-17 season, the Hornets are hoping for better results in 2017-18. The team has signed a pair of former University of North Carolina (UNC) players to help with that goal.
  3. 3.  On Tuesday, August 1, the team signed former UNC guard Marcus Paige to a two-way contract. The following day, Charlotte announced it had signed former UNC forward Isaiah Hicks. Paige played four seasons with UNC, where he averaged 13.1 points, 4.3 assists, and 2.8 rebounds per game. His best season was in 2013-14 when he averaged 17.5 points and finished first in the Atlantic Coast Conference in three-point and field goal percentage. Hicks, meanwhile, was a role player for UNC in each of his first three seasons but played a career-high 23.3 minutes per game in 2016-17 and averaged 11.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 1.4 assists.

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