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Prairie Business accepting nominations for 40 Under 40

Nominations will be accepted through Oct. 17.

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GRAND FORKS — Individuals may now submit nominations for Prairie Business magazine’s 2022 40 Under 40 list.

All nominations must be submitted through the magazine’s online submission form. Prairie Business will accept nominations through Monday, Oct. 17.

Click the following link to nominate an individual: https://bit.ly/3qZICyn

The 40 Under 40 list profiles individuals from a wide range of industries who have made significant impacts in their chosen professions and communities. They are entrepreneurs, industry experts, executives and nonprofit leaders; they are business owners, patent holders, government officers and community trendsetters.

Prairie Business covers the Dakotas and western Minnesota and accepts nominations for individuals who live and work within the same region.

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An individual can win this award only once; previous honorees are not eligible for this year's award. Also, only fully completed nomination forms will be considered. The more information provided about an individual, the better, as this helps magazine staff better evaluate and determine the recipients.

After the nomination period closes, Prairie Business will select 40 individuals from the pool who will be featured in the December issue of the magazine, including its digital edition at prairiebusinessmagazine.com.

For questions or additional information, contact Prairie Business Editor Andrew Weeks at aweeks@prairiebusinessmagazine.com or 701-780-1276.

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