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Business briefing, Sunday Aug. 2 Press
Media Relations, Burnsville, announced its selection as agency for NeuroScience Inc. ... Minneapolis agency Preston Kelly has been named agency of record for Catholic Health Initiatives of Englewood, Colo. ... Iowa-based ice cream maker Wells ...

June 2015 Montgomery County land transfers
Roanoke Times
Design & Research Enterprises to Gowen Enterprises LLC, lot 49, Charleston Place, $469,100, June 2. Wilma Hamblin ... Stephane E. Collignon to Daniel L. McLaughlin to 4333 McDowell Court, lot 21, phase II, Preston Forest, Blacksburg, $318,000, June 18.

The Tennessean

Nancy Jones: God sent me to save George Jones
The Tennessean
Her best friend was dating George Jones' manager, but Nancy Sepulvado didn't give a hoot about the country music legend — she was more into the Eagles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. So her friend had to drag Sepulvado from her Louisiana home ...

">On a Memphis street, a microcosm of American culture
Washington Post
Preston Lauterbach's history of Beale Street, the three-block stretch of Memphis thoroughfare that was a microcosm of American culture from Reconstruction to World War II, is a chronicle of muddy streets, ornery hombres, fancy women, jazz, a disregard ...

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Chattanooga Times Free Press

The Lord of Loans: How Cleveland payday-loan pioneer Allan Jones was propelled ...
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Jones grew up as a middle-class kid in Cleveland but has since built an empire of sorts in his hometown: a lord with a hilltop manor and an entrepreneur's golden touch. He's larger than life, in many ways more like the industrial giants .... It sits on ...

">Mendham man pays $130000 penalty over 'work-at-home' scheme
Brookman also used aliases including Maxwell Scott Enterprises, David Gates Enterprises, Warner Daniel, and Preston Lord Enterprises, authorities said. Most of his alleged victims were from out-of-state, ranging from Alabama to Hawaii, according to ...

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Contact 6 exposes work-from-home
For a fee, a company called Preston Lord Enterprises sends envelopes, letters and mailing labels to paying participants - like Joan. She would then get paid for doing what's known as "envelope stuffing", then sending them out through the mail ...

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