In de serie bekende Veenendalers mag André Merlijn niet ontbreken. Directeur en strateeg bij reclamebureau Beeldenstorm, bestuurslid bij stichting Foodconnection en actief op nog veel meer terreinen. Zijn naam kleeft aan woorden als springplankwinkel en steensoep en zorgt daarmee voor de nodige reuring in de Veenendaalse ondernemerswereld.
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