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Quote of the Day: Giving Up Spreadsheets for 10-mile Runs | 02.17.10

“Some days, I’d think, this 10-mile run isn’t so bad. At least I’m not stuck in a conference room staring at a spreadsheet!”

~ Rebeccah Wassner, CPA and USA Triathlon’s Athlete of the Year in 2009.

“Some days, I’d think, this 10-mile run isn’t so bad. At least I’m not stuck in a conference room staring at a spreadsheet!”

~ Rebeccah Wassner, CPA and USA Triathlon’s Athlete of the Year in 2009.

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