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Reader Opinion: Apology for Tarot ad

As owner of Brainerd Bizspace, I would like to apologize for the ad that ran in the Feb. 18 edition of the Brainerd Dispatch which implied that BlackRidgeBANK was sponsoring a Tarot card reading. It was my mistake for not receiving prior approval...

​As owner of Brainerd Bizspace, I would like to apologize for the ad that ran in the Feb. 18 edition of the Brainerd Dispatch which implied that BlackRidgeBANK was sponsoring a Tarot card reading. It was my mistake for not receiving prior approval from my landlord to allow for this type of activity and I did not screen the ad prior to it being submitted by my client to the newspaper. Brainerd Bizspace has been very fortunate to partner with BlackRidgeBANK since our inception, and we are privileged to occupy space in the BlackRidgeBANK Business Center. We would never intentionally do anything to jeopardize our professional relationship with the bank. Brainerd Bizspace understands that the bank must comply with federal regulations regarding any sponsored activity, as well as having a vested interest in any activity that is held on its premises. Please accept my apology on behalf of Brainerd Bizspace.

Scott Hall

Brainerd Bizspace

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