Six Area Residents Make History in Business Competition
Posted on Saturday, November 19, 2011 [8:42 PM]
COLUMBIA, Ky. -- Six area residents made
history Saturday at Lindsey Wilson College. The six residents
competed in the inaugural LWC Business Concept Competition.
Sponsored by the LWC Center for Entrepreneurship and Business
and Computer Information Systems Division, the competition called
for area high school students and LWC students to pitch a business
concept to a panel of judges.
The six students who participated in this inaugural competition
comprised four teams, each of which received a $1,000 LWC
scholarship for their efforts.
The students who participated in the inaugural LWC Business
Concept Competition were: LWC students Robyn Adams of Edmonton,
Ky., and Zack Todd of Columbia; home-schooled student Daniel White
of Russell Springs Ky.; and Adair County High School seniors Jeremy
Mackin, Alex Myers and Jamison Roberts.
Adams' business concept was the "boogie bag." The business
concept by Mackin, Myers and Roberts was the JAM Sporting Goods.
Todd's business concept was ZRT Services. White's business concept
was Dream Fit.