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Hope Tipka, left, Kathy Lotzer, center, and Heidi Stutelbrg use the mini-golf course Thursday at Lotzer's Developing Winning Personalities operation in Litchfield. Lotzer has converted the former non-profit operation into a for-profit business to help non-profits with fundraising efforts. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Litchfield, Minn., woman converts operation into for-profit to help non-profits with fundraising and missions

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LITCHFIELD -- Is there a profit to be made helping the many nonprofits striving to raise funds for their cause?

Kathy Lotzer of rural Litchfield believes the answer is a resounding "yes," and that she has the perfect formula and place to make it possible.

Lotzer has converted her former, non-profit Developing Winning Personalities operation into a for-profit business to help nonprofits with their fundraising and missions.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
(320) 214-4335
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