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Chapter 3: 5am in Cranbrook, BC

Chapter 3: 5am in Cranbrook, BC

Update: 2018-07-25
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It's 5 am in Cranbrook, BC and Lee Tengum is already making his way into the office. The catch is, he'll be done by 10 am, free to use the rest of his time anyway he'd like to. 


Lee runs a successful marketing agency, 7am.ca, which helps local Cranbrook small businesses achieve their marketing goals. But Lee doesn't stop there. In the next 30 days, he's building a who new app from start to finish. An app he's hoping will increase the revenues of the small businesses in Cranbrook, BC. 


We'll follow Lee on his morning commute and find out what he's brewing for Season 5. 




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Chapter 3: 5am in Cranbrook, BC

Chapter 3: 5am in Cranbrook, BC

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