(Reuters) – Angie’s List Inc., which provides consumer reviews of local professionals and businesses, priced its initial public offering at $13 a share, the higher end of the expected price range, according to an underwriter.

The offering consisted of about 6.3 million shares being sold by the company, with the rest by certain stockholders, including some members of Angie’s List’s senior management.

The IPO generated $114.3 million in proceeds. The company had planned to sell shares at between $11 and $13 per share in its IPO.

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