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Zac Lawson takes 4th place in Idea State U competition

Competed against 15 teams; earlier, Lawson won 2nd place in Regional Idea State U competitions
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By Travis Smith, Assistant Director of Public Relations
Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY

With his business model 'Make My Day Meats', Zac Lawson, a business and CIS junior from Bloomfield, KY, won 4th place and a check for $2,000 on Saturday, April 22, 2017, at the Idea State U competition held in Lexington, KY.


Lawson competed against 15 other teams in the Business Model Track. Through recommendation from judges, Lawson plans to move his 'Make My Day Meats' concept forward next year and compete for the Business Plan Track in which the top prize is $30,000.



This story was posted on 2017-05-03 16:35:54
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Zac Lawson with $2,000, 4th in state prize from Idea State U



2017-05-03 - Lexington, KY - Photo By Travis Smith, LWC.
With his business model 'Make My Day Meats', Zac Lawson, a Lindsey Wilson College business and CIS junior from Bloomfield, KY, won 4th place and a check for $2,000 on Saturday, April 22, 2017, at the Idea State U competition held in Lexington, Kentucky. Pictured from left: Linda McKinley Grider, LWC Chair of School of Business; Sheron Lawson, LWC Assistant Professor of Business LWC; Zac Lawson, business and CIS junior from Bloomfield, KY; and Tommy Taylor, LWC Assistant Professor of Business. - TRAVIS SMITH

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