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Root Cafe a $25,000 winner in TV documentary series

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Check out Eat Arkansas for some reality TV worth talking about. The Root Cafe will win $25,000 in an HLN TV documentary series aimed at helping small businesses.

The Main Street cafe of Jack and Cory Sundell will be shown on TV getting spent a week with a team of MBAs, part of the "Growing America: A Journey to Success" program, and got advice on social media and other business tips. The series was not a compe tition

The show airs at 8 p.m. tonight. aired at 8 p.m. Sunday.

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