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Corsicana, Oklahoma, Arkansas towns among finalists for small business makeover

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Towns in Oklahoma and Arkansas are among six finalists for a small business makeover program on the reality show “Small Business Revolution – Main Street.”

Durant, in southern Oklahoma, and Searcy, in north central Arkansas, among the towns competing for $500,000 marketing support and business advice from show host Amanda Brinkman and co-host Ty Pennington.

Duncan is about 70 miles (113 kilometers) southwest of Oklahoma City while Searcy is about 50 miles (80 kilometers) northeast of Little Rock.

Through Feb. 19, the public can visit SmallBusinessRevolution.org to see a brief video and vote. Votes can be cast from each email address a person has once each day voting is open.

The other finalists are Corsicana, Texas; Camas, Washington; Canon City, Colorado; and Washington, North Carolina.

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