Winners!

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Last month we launched our first e-newsletter for ReKnew and decided to give away ten copies of Greg’s book Benefit of the Doubt to celebrate. Here are the winners:

Jerry from Round Lake, Illinois

Josh from Saint Paul, MN

Jane from Medford, Oregon

Ian from London, UK

Randy from Milwaukie, Oregon

Beth from Pasadena, California

Ben from Southerland, Australia

Matthias from Siloam Springs, Arkansas

Lindsey from Alexandria, Virginia

Briona from Shoreview, MN

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