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Olmsted Medical Center

Olmsted Medical Center (OMC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has been southeastern Minnesota’s hometown healthcare provider since 1949. OMC has over 1,300 healthcare professionals (which includes 193 clinicians) serving at over 22 locations, including two multi-specialty clinics, a primary care clinic at Miracle Mile, a Level IV trauma hospital with 24-hour emergency room, a Skyway Clinic in

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The Jewel Golf Club

Open to the public! Nestled in the Mississippi River valley grand bluffs of Lake City, The Jewel Golf Club offers up a unique golf experience. Designed by three time US Open Winner, Hale Irwin, the course winds throughout 800 acres of the river valley. Routed through a variety of terrain, the course was designed with

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Pepin Manufacturing, Inc.

Pepin Manufacturing, Inc. is a privately owned and operated IS0-13485 full service contract manufacturer with an FDA-registered facility located in Lake City, Minnesota. Since 1993, PMI has been providing custom converting and fabrication services to a multitude of industries including medical, industrial, aerospace, defense, cosmetic and retail. PMI can assist customers with R&D, material sourcing and

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Northern Beverage Distributing Company

Northern Beverage is a leading beer distribution company in Minnesota, serving brands such as MolsonCoors, Mark Anthony Brands, Boston Beer, Grain Belt, Summit Brewing, New Belgium Brewing, and a variety of other brands. We cover counties in southeast Minnesota, including Dodge, Mower, Olmsted, Wabasha, Winona, Fillmore, Houston, Goodhue, and Steele through our facility centrally located

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Engineering Lab Design, Inc.

We operate from a 10,000 square foot facility located in Lake City, Minnesota, along the Mississippi River approximately 70 miles southeast of Minneapolis/St. Paul.     History In 1962 S. H. Anderson introduced the first hydraulic demonstration channel while teaching as a Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota’s St. Anthony Falls Hydraulics Laboratory. He identified

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