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Dogs Gone Green? Camp Bow Wow Dog Camps Go Green On Corporate And Franchisee Levels

Camp Bow Wow, the Premier Doggy Day and Overnight Camp® franchise, has announced their ecological paw print is getting smaller as they work to go Green on the corporate and franchisee level.


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2 Chains Adding Links In Tucson

In separate deals, Golden Corral and QuikTrip have closed on sites for new locations in Tucson, pushing ahead with expansion plans despite the downturn.


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Great American Dine-Out Prepares Info Webinar

Annica Kreider, director of marketing for McAlister’s Deli, will lead a panel of industry experts in the second summer webinar from Share Our Strength’s Great American Dine Out, the annual nationwide dine-out that helps raise money to end childhood hunger in America.


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Motel 6 Opens In Fairborn, Ohio

Accor North America, one of the nation’s largest owner/operators of economy lodging, announced the opening of a new Motel 6 location in Fairborn, Ohio.


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Homewatch CareGivers Takes The Lead In Quality Controls, Caregiver Screening

At a time when nursing home inspections reveal poor quality control measures and negligent hiring lawsuits and elder abuse reports are on the rise, in-home care industry leader Homewatch CareGivers, after careful review of 10 national background screening companies, selected Affordable Searches as its new national caregiver background check partner.


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Why Didn’t I Think Of That

Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention.


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Rent-To-Own Makes A Comeback

Leasing a TV may sound like the type of scheme cooked up by college students and others suffering from cash-strapped fever.


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Fear No.5: Staying Afloat

You need money to start up; you need money to operate; and you need money to grow.


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10 Best Places For Boomers To Start Bizs

Contrary to the stereotype of 20-somethings starting Web-based businesses in their basements, it’s actually the baby boomers who best embody the entrepreneurial spirit.


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Bumper Stickers Recruit Twitter Followers

If a Twitter user tweets, but no one is following them, do they really tweet at all?