Flint entrepreneurs launch app for modern-day treasure hunt with chance to win $5,000

Angelena Iglesia

FLINT, MI — The Treasure Race app is an updated approach to the typical treasure hunt. The app features the camaraderie of a road rally combined with the ingenuity of a scavenger hunt, some Indiana Jones-esk clues and the chance to win a cash prize, according to its creators.

The newly launched interactive app-based experience, Treasure Race, was designed to engage your team in a multi-day adventure throughout your selected state. Each race will vary in size, duration, and in total number of miles traveled. Bbe prepared for unpredictable circumstances, according to the Treasure Race website.

The first public Treasure Race will be held in Genesee County at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 29. The Treasure Race team is offering a $5,000 prize for the first-place team and waive the registration fee for this hometown race, according to a Treasure Race press release.

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Slingbow and Bowfishing Ecommerce Company Announces the Launch of Their Brand-New Redesigned Website – Press Release

Angelena Iglesia

ChiefAJ.com, a popular slingbow and bowfishing eCommerce company, has just announced the launch of their brand new redesigned website. Those that view the new website will notice it has been given a big makeover that leaves it with only a few traits remaining from the older website version. The new website design and launch was undertaken by Two Feathers VA, LLC, the parent company of ChiefAJ.com, in an effort to give their customers better information on the company’s products and to enhance their customers overall online shopping experience.

The business owner, Tony Reaves, says, “Excited about the new site and we are fully stocked up on inventory and ship within 24 hours on all in-stock orders.” He went on to add that the site redesign was handled by JVI Mobile Marketing (www.jvimobile.com), a leading digital marketing coaching and consulting company in Greensboro, NC. Reaves said that they used their many

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