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Junior Achievement to honor Champions of Business

8:18 PM, May 5, 2013
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Three of Wausau's most visionary entrepreneurs, including the first woman to win the award, will be recognized this month as examples of what today's youths should strive for in business.

Junior Achievement of Wisconsin's north central district's fifth annual Champions of Business award dinner Thursday will recognize Alexander Stewart, Lula Jacob and William "Mac" McCormick for building successful businesses in Wausau.

Stewart will be honored with the Founder Award for his business success prior to 1945. Jacob, the first woman to receive the Champions of Business recognition, and ...

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