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MadBear Jerky wins top prize at LWC for business concept

2017-11-10 - Norma & Glenn Hodge Center, 402 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY. - Photo by Travis Smith, LWC photo.
MadBear Jerky took home first place and a check for $200 for their business concept on Thursday afternoon during the 6th Annual LWC Entrepreneurial and Career Expo in the Hodge Center for Discipleship. Zac Lawson, a business administration student from Bloomfield, KY; and Braxten Leff, a business administration student from Taylorsville, KY, came up with the concept which involves the creation of small batch, bourbon infused craft beef jerky. Front row, from left holding the facsimile check are Zac Lawson and Braxten Leff. Back row are Expo Judges, Dan Thies, Jeff Recker, Barry Loy and Linda Grider, Chair of the School of Business. -- Travis Smith, Assistant LWC Director of Public Relations

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