DEC 3, 2012

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DEC 3, 2012
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Cambridge, Ohio-based Advantage Bank has about 220 employees throughout 23 branches serving the southeast corner of the state and parts of Kentucky and West Virginia. In April 2012, the bank started a program to encourage employees to get healthy by increasing how much they walk and focusing on improving their diets. Nearly 160 employees are still participating, thanks in part to a mobile app that makes tracking progress easy, immediate and educational.

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