Marketing professional trades in glitz of Florida for community of York

Bair, Jessica
September 2009
Central Penn Business Journal;9/11/2009, Vol. 25 Issue 37, p4
The article features Businesswoman Julie Lando. She spent her highschool years on York Suburban School District's high school and graduated in 1990, she later attended the University of Florida, and earned a degree in political science and business. She later moved to Minneapolis and work in a major marketing firm for two years, and later spent nine years in Weston, Florida working for a number of firms. she later decided to go back to York to open Lando strategizing marketing concepts.


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