Co-founders of the Life Is Good Company Bert and John Jacobs will be speaking at Bentley's commencement ceremony this year.
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The Jacobs brothers, co-founders of Life is good, a Boston-based lifestyle brand, will deliver the commencement address to Bentley University's undergraduate students on Saturday, May 18.