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Cory Seidel, Bliss Kiss

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“I have pointed many people to the SBDC for advice.” "I want to say from my heart how grateful I am for the opportunities we have had in this country, to own our own business and to care for the infirm. We are very blessed."

Bizu Getachew, owner, Grace Adult Homes

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