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3 locals make top women in business list

Three western North Dakota women have made the list for a business magazine's top women. Deb Nelson, president of DLN Consulting Inc. in Dickinson, Lonni Fleck, vice president of Interstate Engineering in Williston, and Mitzi Bestall, a broker wi...

Three western North Dakota women have made the list for a business magazine’s top women.

Deb Nelson, president of DLN Consulting Inc. in Dickinson, Lonni Fleck, vice president of Interstate Engineering in Williston, and Mitzi Bestall, a broker with RE/MAX Bakken Realty in Williston, are among 25 women chosen for Prairie Business magazine’s contest.

“Women play a vital role in this region’s business community and we are proud to shine a light on some of the most inspirational and successful women in the region,” Prairie Business editor Kris Bevill said in a news release. “We continue to be blown away by the depth of talent in our region and it was an extremely difficult task selecting just 25 women for this list.”

The contest was created to draw attention to creative, successful businesswomen in North Dakota, South Dakota and western Minnesota. While only in its second year, the contest has already become a popular annual feature of the magazine, Bevill said in the release.

Honorees were selected through a nomination process that emphasized professional achievement and community contributions. In order to be eligible for the award, candidates must live and work in the Dakotas or western Minnesota and must not have received the award previously.

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To view the full list, go to prairiebizmag.com . The results will also be included in the magazine’s March issue.

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