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November 1st 2017

2017 October Amber Grant Finalists

Front Forty
Lauren Condell
Website

Front Forty is a grab n’ go concept providing personalized, healthy, farm-to-table meals at the touch of a button — made possible with a network of next-generation kiosks.

 

Hope Adoptions & Consulting
Amber Van Dyke
Website

Hope Adoptions and Consulting is a licensed adoption agency offering home study and post placement services to families across Northern Wyoming.

 

Re-Nuble
Tinia Pina
Website

Re-Nuble uses a proprietary process enabled by technology to offer effective, environmentally friendly, bio-based products to the agricultural industry.

 

WiGo Trips
Jaqui McCarthy
Website

Designed for modern travelers, WiGo Trips is a social network and group travel hub with a trip sharing marketplace. 

 

Vital Step Physical Therapy & Fitness
Lyndsay Brown
Website

Vital Step provides clients with the steps necessary to reach a level of maximal recovery and independence in a supportive, compassionate environment.

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