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Where Are They Now?

Join Jeff and special guest co-host Kristi Trevarrow from Main Street Nation as they check back with two entrepreneurs who started their businesses in January 2015.

Ron Bartell from Kuzzos Chicken and Waffles had a goal of $1 million in sales for his first year. Did he reach that goal?

Rachel Leemis started Monty’s Beef Company through a Kickstarter campaign, reaching her goal of raising $12,000. How did she turn that seed money into a successful business?

Find out where Ron and Rachel are one year after their grand openings on this edition of StartupNation Radio.

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