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Victor entrepreneur to appear on reality Web show

Rochester Business Journal
January 4, 2013

A Victor entrepreneur will take part in an Internet reality show premiering this month.

Kristin Elliott, founder of Doodie Pack LLC, a company that makes a lightweight saddle packs fitted for dogs, will take part in “Prosperity’s Kitchen,” a reality Web show where entrepreneurs compete in a series of marketing tasks with the end result being a $10,000 prize package. The show has 15 contestants, including Elliott.

The competition is being put on by Word Chef Enterprises, a California-based company owned and operated by blogger and small-business marketing expert Tea Silverstre.

The show is slated to run for 12 weeks and premieres Jan. 21. For more information, visit prosperityskitchen.com.

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