BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — A Twin Cities man is about to move out of a glass apartment that’s been his home at the Mall of America for the past month.

Forty-five-year-old Scott Jorgenson has been living on display at the Bloomington mall since March 18. On Saturday, he steps outside the 20-by-30-foot box for the last time.

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Jorgenson has been walking, working out and eating healthy meals as part of a new project created by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota.

“The Human Do.ing” is part of the Blue Cross “do” campaign, aimed at getting Minnesotans to live healthier lifestyles.

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Jorgenson weighed 254 pounds when he went into the box. His final weight will be announced Saturday.

Supporters can join Jorgenson that morning for his final walk in the mall.

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