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Danielle and John Flicek, owners of the new Staghead Gastropub, winners of the Red Wing Restaurant Challenge, work with SBDC Consultant, Mark Thein on business planning and financing. Check out Staghead's healthy, locally sourced menu and unique list of craft brews! http://www.thestaghead.com/
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Fred & Mo at Regal’s Catering offer a new product called Ajvar (EYE var) – it’s delicious! Roasted red pepper and eggplant condiment that is popular all over the Balkans and Easter Europe. It’s a dip, it’s a condiment, it’s a spread! Fabulous on crusty bread, crackers or raw veggies. Can be a sandwich spread…stir into warm pasta…or a condiment for any grilled meat! Possibilities are endless!
Who says only girls want to look good and have fun? Guys will find a relaxing, man friendly environment to indulge in all hair and spa services within an atmosphere geared towards them at the new MenSalon LLC in northwest Rochester.
Kevin Christianson owns H2O On the Go, Inc., DBA as Smooth Moves Seat Mounts. They sell boat seats. Kevin's boat seat is different in that it has a suspension system in the mounting mechanism of the seat so you do not feel the choppy ride when you are in rough water with your boat.
Nate Beyerstedt, owner of Engineered Foundry Solutions (EFS) and manufacturer of equipment that reduces greenhouse gas . . .
After leaving a 26-year marketing and manufacturing career at Datacard in Minnetonka, Craig Finnesgard has found a new career as the owner and manager of Lake Country Convenience & Bait in Shieldsville Township, just northwest of Faribault.
Economic opportunity beyond the agriculture and manufacturing sectors can thrive in rural Minnesota towns. Dr. Julee Kingsley and her practice, Elgin Family Dentistry, a small-town success story, is proof of that.