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Livingston Chamber Warns of Scam

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The Livingston Chamber of Commerce is warning businesses about a company trying to sell ads. Chamber staffers say in 2012, a company called River City Publishing of Illinois was trying to get businesses to buy ads by saying they were part of a local company that's printed relocation guides for several years. This week a local business warned the chamber the same company was trying to sell ads again. The chamber says the company now calls itself Adventure Choice and claims its part of Skyline, but Skyline says it isn't. They're asking anyone who receives a call from Adventure Choice to call John Armbruster with Skyline at 800-893-9309.

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