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  Originally Published on: 2/10/2013

A Business Opportunities Forum will take place from 8:30 a.m. until noon on Monday March 4 at North Central State College's Kehoe Center for Advanced Leaning at 175 Mansfield Avenue in Shelby.

It's being coordinated by Richland Community Development Group and 2nd District Ohio Rep. Mark Romanchuk.

The forum will include representatives from a number of state agencies who will describe programs aimed at increasing the competitiveness and success of local businesses and industries.

To register for the free event, call Roberta at 419-755-7234 or email [email protected].

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