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On the Go!

Rochel Burstyn

Buckle your seat belts and prepare for an enjoyable scenic route — today we’re shining our headlights on some amazing businesses that take the fast lane directly to the people who enjoy their services. Unlike most businesses, these businesses go wherever their customers are. Talk about being “wheel-y” convenient!

 

Nonny Bear and the Marathon

Yael Mermelstein

Everyone is talking about the marathon. It’s not like I don’t understand why this marathon is exciting. What I don’t understand is why everyone has to talk about the marathon all the time. I mean, aren’t there other, more interesting things to talk about? Like bluebirds, for example. Aren’t they so very blue?

 

On the Road Again

B. Deer

Are you planning on spending lots of time traveling this summer? If you think you’ll be bored all those hours in the car, think again! Try some of these great games and the time will fly!



 
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