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TRYING TO SAVE their jobs were Doug Valsvig and Josh Bartos of Dakota Foundry, Inc. The company’s investors are also it’s employees — something that causes people to look for inefficiencies while on the job, thus saving the company money. Bartos is also one of nine shareholders in The Galley in Webster.  Photo by Amanda Fanger
TRYING TO SAVE their jobs were Doug Valsvig and Josh Bartos of Dakota Foundry, Inc. The company’s investors are also it’s employees — something that causes people to look for inefficiencies while on the job, thus saving the company money. Bartos is also one of nine shareholders in The Galley in Webster. Photo by Amanda Fanger

TRYING TO SAVE their jobs were Doug Valsvig and Josh Bartos of Dakota Foundry, Inc. The company’s investors are also it’s employees — something that causes people to look for inefficiencies while on the job, thus saving the company money. Bartos is also one of nine shareholders in The Galley in Webster. Photo by Amanda Fanger

TRYING TO SAVE their jobs were Doug Valsvig and Josh Bartos of Dakota Foundry, Inc. The company’s investors are also it’s employees — something that causes people to look for inefficiencies while on the job, thus saving the company money. Bartos is also one of nine shareholders in The Galley in Webster. Photo by Amanda Fanger

TRYING TO SAVE their jobs were Doug Valsvig and Josh Bartos of Dakota Foundry, Inc. The company’s investors are also it’s employees — something that causes people to look for inefficiencies while on the job, thus saving the company money. Bartos is also one of nine shareholders in The Galley in Webster.
Photo by Amanda Fanger

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