Packers pair eight companies with mentors

Richard Ryman
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GREEN BAY - Eight Wisconsin companies will get a boost from experienced companies and businessmen during the seventh season of the Green Bay Packers Mentor-Protégé Program.

The program matches emerging minority-, female- and veteran-owned companies with established businesses and experienced businessmen to help them improve their operations. The Packers estimate that more than 100 jobs and average growth of 250 percent have been created during the six years of the program.

This year's pairings are:

» LIVETime LLC, De Pere, mentored by Constellation NewEnergy Inc., De Pere.

» Josephine's Attic-Gift Decor, Bellevue, mentored by Goodwill Industries of North Cenral Wisconsin Inc., Menasha.

» New North B2B Magazine, Oshkosh, mentored by HR Energized LLC, Green Bay.

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» Glide N.E.W. LLC, Green Bay, mentored by John Kreutz, Hobart.

» Freshour Precision Welding and Fab, Hortonville, mentored by Lindquist Machine Corp., Ashwaubenon.

» Blush Pictures LLC, New London, mentored by The Community Blood Center, Appleton.

» Monkey Tailz, Green Bay, mentored by Top Hat Marketing Inc., De Pere.

» Stark Professional Tool, Cedar Grove, mentored by Paul Tutskey, De Pere.

For information, contact AFFR at (920) 884-5006 or, or go to Applications are available at

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