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<br /> <br /> 700 E. State St., Iola, WI 54990-0001<br /> (715) 445-2214<br /> Editor | KEVIN MICHALOWSKI<br /> Associate Editor | ANDY BELMAS<br /> Field Editors | DAVE MORELLI<br /> KIM BREED<br /> SCOTT W. WAGNER<br /> TIGER McKEE<br /> Designer | DAVE HAUSER<br /> Online Editor | COREY GRAFF<br /> Advertising Sales | MISSY BEYER x13642<br /> BRUCE WOLBERG x13403<br /> F+W MEDIA, INC.<br /> David Nussbaum, Chairman & CEO<br /> Jim Ogle, Chief Financial Officer<br /> Phil Graham, Sr. VP, Mfg. and Production<br /> Chad Phelps, Exec. VP, Interactive Media<br /> Jim Kuster, Director, Information Technology<br /> Cory Smith, Events Director<br /> David Shiba, Sr. VP, Advertising Sales<br /> F+W PUBLICATIONS, INC. 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