That sounds like a very complicated way to build a simple table. I still think that you’ll be better off creating (what look like) Providers as individual entries, then assigning each one attributes, which you can then output on the front end in an infinitely flexible number of layouts. Binding the data to a single layout means that you’re stuck if you want to use the same data in a different layout. If the “learn more” link leads to a detail view of that provider, then you’d have to create the data all over again for that view, if you don’t use the Post-based solution.
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