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Friday, March 23, 2012

Wilsonville entrepreneur Erica Oesterreich co-founded a website that stores your scanned receipt and sends a reminder before it expires so you don't miss an opportunity to return bought items.

A small business owner who built one of the first online scrapbooking kits companies, Oesterreich knows well her target market -- women juggling kids, jobs and home life. 
"As the mom of three boys, I am constantly purchasing things in a rush to look at later," Oesterreich says. "It's an idea that hits home to me, and to many women I know."

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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