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See's Candies Celebrates 100 Years by Asking Fans to Submit Their Dream Candy
See's Candies, American-Made chocolate and candy company, is kicking off their Centennial Anniversary in a big way. For the first time ever, See's is asking their customers what their next candy piece should be with the launch of "What's Your Sweet Idea?".

Fans are encouraged to submit their ultimate candy creation on sees.com/sweetidea January 5 through January 20. See's dedicated team of R&D experts will sort through submissions and pick the top candies for final voting which will be held on February 15 through March 1.

"We couldn't think of a better way to kick off our Centennial year then by involving See's great customers. They are the reason we are in business 100 years later, and we are excited to hear their ideas. We will create the chosen candy by fans as our November piece, which is also the same month that we opened for business in 1921," said Pat Egan, President & CEO.
Window Nation Expands to Greater Chicago Area
Window Nation is getting ready to call the Windy City home, with the opening of its latest showroom at 1263 Lakeview Drive, Romeoville, adding new jobs to the market. Window Nation, which is the 5th largest replacement contractor in the U.S. with deep Midwest roots, also brings expert home solutions to the area, including servicing homeowners between Illinois and Indiana. This marks its largest service area in company history. 

Although Window Nation is new to this particular market, it is not new to the industry, with 2021 marking its 15th year in business and installing over 1 million windows. In 2020, Window Nation was re-named the 5th largest replacement contractor in the U.S. by Remodeling Magazine and the second largest non-franchise window retailer, marking the fourth year in a row Window Nation was recognized as being in the top five.
Natural Grocers Invites Its Neighbors To Join The Keto And Resolution Reset Initiatives
Year after year—and for good reason—health and wellness goals, such as "eat better," "manage stress," and "stay hydrated" compete for the top spots on New Year's resolution lists. But even resolutions set with the best of intentions can be tricky to stick to – studies show that approximately 80% fail by mid-February.

Natural Grocers is ready to help its communities change that failing statistic through its Keto and Resolution Reset initiatives, kicking off in January 2021. With free, virtual classes, epic discounts, gifts, giveaways and more, the nation's largest family-operated natural and organic grocery store is providing shoppers with the toolkit to stay on track all year—details are as follows.

Natural Grocers' Nutritional Health Coaches (NHCs) present Keto Reset, a 4-week class series based on Mark Sisson's New York Times best-selling book, The Keto Reset Diet. The series will teach participants best practices for kick-starting their metabolism and experiencing other benefits the ketogenic diet supports, including healthy weight maintenance, enhanced mental clarity and focus, healthy energy levels, and more.
Hy-Vee Pledges $75,000 to Assist Local Schools During Pandemic
Hy-Vee, Inc. is pledging $75,000 to be awarded among 55 schools across its eight-state region. The pledge is part of the company’s Fuel Your School campaign, which runs now through Jan. 31.

Hy-Vee’s Fuel Your School campaign allows customers to enter its sweepstakes by simply purchasing specific brands found at Hy-Vee locations and swiping their Hy-Vee Fuel Saver + Perks reward card. Customers will receive one automatic entry into the sweepstakes for every eligible product they purchase in-store or online.

In February, 50 winners will receive up to $200 in prizes and $1,000 awarded to the school of their choice in Hy-Vee’s eight-state region. In addition, five Grand Prize winners will receive up to $500 in prizes and $5,000 awarded to the school of their choice in Hy-Vee’s eight-state region. In total, 55 schools will receive a total of $75,000 and 55 customers will receive up to $12,500 in prizes.

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