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LWC entrepreneurship center names Business Concept winners

'Rain Raider' takes first place and $1,000 prize.
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By Travis Smith

COLUMBIA, KY - (Fri 14 Apr 2017) - The LWC Center for Entrepreneurship held it's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition on Friday, April 13, 2016, in the Norma & Glenn Hodge Center for Discipleship. A total of 34 teams and 93 students competed for cash prizes for their business concepts. A total of six teams placed in the competition.


FIRST PLACE: 'Rain Raider' received first place and a check for $1,000 in the Center for Entrepreneurship's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition. Pictured from left are: Competition Judge Jennifer Flatford of Market Human, Tolga Dogruyol, Matthew Esau, Evelyne Cherenfant, Jacob Harris, Competition Judge Jerry McCandless of the LWC Board of Trustees and Competition Judge Josh Switzer of Economic Development Authority of Liberty-Casey County.

SECOND PLACE: 'Helmetex' received second place and a check for $500 in the Center for Entrepreneurship's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition. Pictured from left are: Competition Judge Jennifer Flatford of Market Human, Scotty Krantz, Zak Mizell, Andrew Hughes, Josh Switzer of Economic Development Authority of Liberty-Casey County and Competition Judge Jerry McCandless of the LWC Board of Trustees.

THIRD PLACE: 'Safe Zone Technology' received third place and a check for $300 in the Center for Entrepreneurship's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition. Pictured from left are: Competition Judge Jennifer Flatford of Market Human, Hannah Morrison, Josh Switzer of Economic Development Authority of Liberty-Casey County and Competition Judge Jerry McCandless of the LWC Board of Trustees. Business team member Jamie Bratcher is not pictured.

OVERALL PRESENTATION: 'The Happy Place' received best Overall Presentation and a check for $100 in the Center for Entrepreneurship's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition. Pictured from left are: Competition Judge Jennifer Flatford of Market Human, Jessie Mason, Emma Frazier, Morgan Sexton, Josh Switzer of Economic Development Authority of Liberty-Casey County and Competition Judge Jerry McCandless of the LWC Board of Trustees.

POTENTIAL DEMAND: 'The Better Lumber Rack' received the Potential Demand award and a check for $100 in the Center for Entrepreneurship's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition. Pictured from left are: Competition Judge Jennifer Flatford of Market Human, Major Edwards, Josh Switzer of Economic Development Authority of Liberty-Casey County, Greg Childs and Competition Judge Jerry McCandless of the LWC Board of Trustees.

MOST CREATIVE: 'DIBZ Vending' received the Most Creative award and a check for $100 in the Center for Entrepreneurship's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition. Pictured from left are: Competition Judge Jennifer Flatford of Market Human, Devin Stapleton, Zachary Long, Josh Switzer of Economic Development Authority of Liberty-Casey County and Competition Judge Jerry McCandless of the LWC Board of Trustees. Business team member Ben Ofokile is not pictured.

TRAVIS SMITH, the writer/photographer, is Assistant Director of Public Relations, at Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY


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2017-04-14 - Norma & Glenn Hodge Center, 402 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Travis Smith, LWC.
FIRST PLACE: 'Rain Raider' received first place and a check for $1,000 in the Center for Entrepreneurship's 6th Annual Business Concept Competition. Pictured from left are: Competition Judge Jennifer Flatford of Market Human, Tolga Dogruyol, Matthew Esau, Evelyne Cherenfant, Jacob Harris, Competition Judge Jerry McCandless of the LWC Board of Trustees and Competition Judge Josh Switzer of Economic Development Authority of Liberty-Casey County. - TRAVIS SMITH

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