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I’m hoping you’ll be joining Deb Brown and me for our webinar…

March 16 – this Wednesday – at 6 pm Central Time for one hour.  
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Rural business people are trying a variety of different business models today, and using these smaller scale experiments and tests to learn what works before making a huge investment.

You will earn these eight smaller-scale business models being used right now in small towns. Deb and I will be sharing the places that are already using them and share how they are doing it.

Learn eight innovative rural examples that are working, and you can invite those people who need to know about it too. When you register, you’re welcome to invite as many locals as you want in one spot to watch together. 

The picture below?  It was taken inside a business in Perry, Iowa, using one of the innovative models. We’ll tell you all about it!  

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PS – If you were wanting more details before you register, click through to because I’ve posted more detail for you there. 

PPS – The webinar will be recorded. If you are unable to attend live, you can still sign up, and you will receive access to the recording from March 17 until March 31, 2016.

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