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What is FastMall? FastMall is the world's FIRST and ONLY patent pending turn by turn navigation technology at shopping malls and areas without using GPS, WIFI or an Internet signal. Yes, you can shake your iPhone to find then be taken to the nearest restroom. We also have 50+ other features nobody else has. You can check out the site, iTunes, call us - (732)348-8785 or email us - Contact@FastMall.com for more information about this groundbreaking technology.

AboutAbout Fastmall

Marcelo Moyano Samuel Feuer
Sam Feuer Founder & CEO, FastMall
If the true measure of a successful entrepreneur is not what he does during economic boom times, but during troubled ones, then Sam Feuer, the founder of MindSmack.com, MindSmack.tv, the FastMall iPhone app and now MapEverywhere.com featuring MapOS technology is deserving of noteworthy acclamation. After all, how many companies founded at the height of the Internet bubble are not only still in business, but thriving financially and creatively? Confident, insightful, passionate, effective. The same words that describe Feuer aptly apply to MindSmack, which has steadily grown from a one-man operation to the multi-million dollar company that dominates the web design, TV and mobile application development industries.

MindSmack has achieved many elite awards to date including
numerous FWA Awards and Adobe Site of the Day. Despite the company's vast and rapid growth, the Brooklyn-raised Founder/President/CEO continues to personally field hundreds of daily emails and phone calls. It is this dedication that has propelled MindSmack to the forefront of web and mobile based agencies. In addition to his deep commitment, Sam personally selects and regularly interacts with every member of the MindSmack team. With his post-production sister company, MindSmack TV, now firmly established and thriving in Times Square, New York City and the recent launch of MapEverywhere.com, Sam continues to extend his tenacious hold on the media industry. Sam still finds time to defeat countless competitors in Scrabble and Couronne while rooting resoundingly for his beloved Yankees.
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