Coarsegold resident Lisa Neilson, owner of Wine Wicks, is one of 85 semifinalists in a nationwide competition looking for a passionate entrepreneur with a new and unique product.
Coarsegold resident Lisa Neilson, owner of Wine Wicks, is one of 85 semifinalists in a nationwide competition looking for a passionate entrepreneur with a new and unique product. Angela Neilson Submitted Photo
Coarsegold resident Lisa Neilson, owner of Wine Wicks, is one of 85 semifinalists in a nationwide competition looking for a passionate entrepreneur with a new and unique product. Angela Neilson Submitted Photo

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