If Susan Welo weren't choosy about eating food with tire tracks or paint chips, she would have plenty of pheasant and venison on her table. "The biggest problem I have servicing 10 banks around the state here is the deer and pheasants crossing the road," says the North Dakota financial advisor. She travels an average of 2,200 miles a week year-round through the northern prairie.

Welo, a US Advisors rep, works out of the main office of First State Bank, a 10-branch, $235 million deposit institution in Casselton, N.D.

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