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You're Welcome, Lauren Willis, But You're Not Going Anywhere

posted by Bob Lawless
Lauren Willis has joined us for the last month as a guest blogger, and in her most recent post thanked us for allowing her to "use our soap box." You're very welcome, Lauren, but we really don't want you to leave.  We're happy to report that Lauren has agreed to add her voice to Credit Slips as one of our "Occasional" bloggers. Thanks, Lauren, for becoming part of the Credit Slips team.


That's great news, thanks to Bob Lawless for making this possible! And thanks to Lauren Willis for her interesting contributions so far!

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