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Bringing it home: Home-based businesses thrive at Women's Expo

9:36 PM, Mar. 15, 2013
Pamela Greger, who sells Tastefully Simple products out of her home, shows off her supply of items she will have on display at the Lakeshore Women's Expo on Thursday in Kohler.
Pamela Greger, who sells Tastefully Simple products out of her home, shows off her supply of items she will have on display at the Lakeshore Women's Expo on Thursday in Kohler.
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Even tucked away in a low-traffic area of the Lakeshore Women's Expo, Tastefully Simple vendor Pamela Greger gets enough facetime with prospective customers to keep coming back.

"I love the networking," said Greger, who will take part for the second time this year."I got a lot of after-business from it."

The eighth annual Lakeshore Women's Expo will be from 3 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 21, at the American Club in Kohler. Tickets, available at the door, are $5. ...

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