Young twins’ business making national news
by Savannah Borders
northsideintern@mdjoline.com
02:49 PM, Wednesday, July 30
For Chastain Park residents Betts and Chet Dehart, fall means not only heading off to college, but also taking their entrepreneurial pursuits to the next level. At only 18, the twins, who in May were featured in Esquire magazine for their line of ...

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