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A tasty celebration of WORKUP set Sept. 30

WILLMAR--WORKUP, which provides office space and other business amenities to freelancers, entrepreneurs and remote workers on the MinnWest Technology Campus, is hosting its second annual "A Taste of WORKUP" event Friday, Sept. 30, at the MinnWest...

WILLMAR-WORKUP, which provides office space and other business amenities to freelancers, entrepreneurs and remote workers on the MinnWest Technology Campus, is hosting its second annual "A Taste of WORKUP" event Friday, Sept. 30, at the MinnWest Technology Campus in Willmar.

The all-day event starts at 8 a.m. with free co-working, light breakfast, unlimited gourmet coffee and a free yoga class.

The day ends at 5 p.m. with the Taste Tour. Members of WORKUP will present unique food and drink items, while also sharing information about their businesses. The evening festivities will also include live music, taste tour voting and an interactive art project.

Punch cards for the Taste Tour can be reserved online at workup.cc/taste, and will also be offered at the event. There will be a limited supply. A freewill donation will go toward the Kandiyohi CEO Program, a high school program for students interested in entrepreneurship.

WORKUP is located at 1601 Technology Dr. N.E. in Willmar on the MinnWest Technology Campus.

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WORKUP was founded in 2015 and is housed in a historic building which has been renovated to provide "fun, functional and funky office space."

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