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Microloan gives money to hunters' business

7:41 PM, Apr. 9, 2013  |  Comments
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Advance Microloan program approved a loan to Dog Bone, a business owned by Jeremy Moore and Scott Baranczyk.

Dog Bone, Pulaski, offers products for hunters and sportsmen. Products are sold online and in retail stores such as Fleet Farm, Cabela's, Scheels and Jay's. The money will be used to buy inventory.

The company's primary product is artificial deer antlers, which will now be made by plastic-injection mold. They are used to train dogs to find antlers shed by deer.

Moore has more than 13 years experience as a dog trainer, as well as 10 years in the construction industry. He is the product innovator for the business. Baranczyk has 10 years experience in sales and focuses on marketing and finance.

The website is dogbonehunter.com. The telephone number is (920) 615-5788.

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