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Employees of the Just Born candy company, which makes Hot Tamales, Mike and Ikes and other popular candies, are enjoying chilly Fargo instead of balmy Hawaii after corporate sales goals weren't met. Two dozen workers, who are in town for meetings, received fleece jackets and bomber hats. Pictured, from left, in front of the Fargo Theatre on Tuesday are Dave Bayha, channel team manager, Josh Halpern, director of U.S. sales, and Jim Costas, channel team manager. Ann Arbor Miller / Associated Press

Spotlight follows sales reps to Fargo

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It's a safe bet that tourists don't pose in front of movie theaters in Hawaii while wearing winter bomber caps.

And most visitors of the tropical island resort probably don't stop by the VFW for a $5 all-you-can-eat spaghetti feed.

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But what Fargo lacks in palm trees it tries to make up for in hospitality, as Josh Halpern and two dozen of his sales representatives from the Just Born candy company have discovered.

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