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Startup Corner: Jeni Huelskamp, Can It LLC, dba Manly Cans

The company has an "easy-to-use online store that provides great gift cans with various product sets for men."

The company strives to deliver a "quality, comfortable, long-lasting product with a simple, straight-forward message."

The company performs house, deck, fence and concrete washing.

The company's Safety Strap is designed to attach to oxygen bags, portable oxygen concentrators, home oxygen units and wheeled carts

The 21-year-old is working to graduate in May while cultivating her small business.

"The RockDolly is an all-in-one solution for traveling performers."

The company aims to create a "network of businesses that offer discounts to law enforcement officers."

The company provides full-service lawn mowing for both residential and commercial clients.

The company emphasizes “simple, high-quality ingredients” for beard balm, beard oil and pomade.

The company performs the daily routine care of horses.

The company provides "digital marketing services like web design, online advertising, newsletters and digital marketing strategies to small businesses."

Through coffee, Eric Hadley is "selling the idea that the superheroes of this great nation sometimes need help, too."

The organization provides resources and activities for father engagement.

The company provides fine dining pop-up events.

The small batch roaster provides customers with coffee to their doorsteps.

The content company focuses on videos, custom podcasts and live video content.

The company launches a successful Kickstarter for its pocket-size Bibles.

The company has "something local in 99 percent of our products."

The church expects to relocate its Park Crest campus to Chesterfield Village in a year.

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