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Reimer takes first in annual Business Plan Competition
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PLATTEVILLE - Jordan Riemer, Brodhead, received first place and was awarded $1,000 for his Grower's Advantage, LLC business plan during the third annual Business Plan Competition held on April 17 at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Riemer also received a professional consultation package sponsored by Platteville's Main Street Program. The package includes four one-hour consultation sessions with Bob Stauffacher, executive vice president of American Bank of Platteville; Brock Waterman, owner of Fundunity, LLC; Terry Vaassen, CPA and PFS at Vaassen, Pluemer Certified Public Accountants; and Mike Olds, attorney at Kopp McKichan, LLP.

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