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04/17/14

DWD consultant gets working on weight loss

My name is LaShana Miller. I am one of the five female contestants chosen to participate in this year’s Get Fit individual challenge. I would like to thank the organizers of this competition for selecting me. The In Business Get Fit Challenge IS AN AWESOME OPPORTUNITY! With the help given during the competition, I am on my way to achieving my weight-loss goal. For a very long time I have wanted to lose weight. I have thought about it, dreamed about it, thought about it some more, and continued to dream about it. However, I have never followed through on making it a reality.

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04/14/14

Church leader vows to exercise religiously

Hello friends, I am Brett Christensen, one of the male contestants for the 2014 IB Get Fit Challenge. I was honored to be chosen to participate in this experience. I decided to submit an entry for this challenge for a couple of reasons.

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04/09/14

‘Sedentary geek’ gets moving toward better health

When I was in high school, I was a typical geek: sedentary, played video games, read a great deal, loved board games, and generally surrounded myself with people who were like me. As someone who went to three different high schools in three different states, I forced myself to be more outgoing than I might be naturally by jumping into theater, speech, and debate.

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04/07/14

Are you ready for equity crowdfunding in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin has jumped to the front of the pack in equity crowdfunding. On Nov. 7, state lawmakers passed legislation allowing for intrastate crowdfunding in Wisconsin. The law is expected to go into effect on June 1. Is your company ready for its crowdfunding campaign?

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04/07/14

Raising the minimum wage will kill jobs



Mary Burke’s support of the proposal to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour might make for good politicking in her campaign for governor, but her plan would be economically devastating to thousands of Wisconsin workers.

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