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New Mexico launches pilot project to test the idea of Economic Gardening..

November 2, 2012View for printing

Two local companies were chosen to participate in a business counseling program organized by the New Mexico Association of Commerce and Industry, the association announced Wednesday.

Monsterslayer of Kirtland and Aztec Machine and Repair of Bloomfield were among 10 small businesses chosen for the first class of the New Mexico Economic Gardening Pilot Program.

"We're excited to offer the opportunity for these 10 New Mexico small businesses to take advantage of customized business counseling so they can grow their businesses and create jobs in their communities," Beverlee McClure, president and chief executive of the Association of Commerce and Industry, said in a prepared statement.

The association also chose five Albuquerque businesses and three Las Cruces firms for the pilot program.

By Chuck Slothower

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