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Andrew Eitreim featured in Top 40 Under 40 List

November 30, 2015

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Prairie Business magazine is proud to announce its annual 40 Under 40 list, featuring 40 of the top business professionals under the age of 40 in the northern Plains.

These 40 inspiring and dedicated professionals come from a wide range of industries and have made significant impacts in their chosen professions, industries and communities. They are entrepreneurs, industry experts, executives and nonprofit and community leaders. The selected 40 will be honored in the December issue, which is
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“We are pleased to present this year’s 40 Under 40 honorees,” says Lisa Gibson, editor of Prairie Business. “The competition was fierce, with so many deserving, impressive nominees. The final list was chosen from a pool of about 160 and each deserves this recognition through professional achievement, community involvement and
volunteerism. Congratulations to you all.”

This year’s 40 Under 40 include (listed in alphabetical order):
Aimee Copas
Amanda Godfread
Andrew Christensen
Andrew Eitreim
Ashley Kingdon-Reese
Ben Dold
Brad Krogstad
Brady Hansen
Brady Nash
Brandon Storm
Caleb Bulow
Cam Knutson
Chris Thorkelson
Ciara Stockeland
Deana Wiese
Emily O’Brien
Eric Sivertsen
Gabriel Mejia
Gerald E. Tracy II
Jacob Mills
Jenni Huotari
Jeremiah Christenson
Jessica Ruhland
John Berdahl
John Dwyer
Jonathan Sickler
Kari Tews
Katie Marcotte
Lindsey Meyers
Matt Bitzegaio
Mike Pagán
Paul Jarvis
Preston Page
Rikka Brand
Ryan Lagasse
Ryan Rivett
Stephanie Schoenrock
Tana Trotter
Tanya Shafer
Taylor Cupp

About Prairie Business magazine: For more than 15 years, Prairie Business magazine has served as the only business-to-business magazine dedicated to the northern Plains region. More than 20,000 print and digital copies are distributed monthly. The magazine focuses on the success and opportunities in the northern Plains states of North Dakota, South Dakota and western Minnesota and covers a variety of business topics including higher education, finance, architecture and engineering, agribusiness, energy, health care, economic development, tourism, technology and construction.