ASHLAND Three teams of teenager innovators from Russell Higher School received funds for their company suggestions at the eighth yearly Glockner Dare to Desire pitch contest.
• Locked and Loaded Recreation Birds, a workforce consisting of Jasmine Webb, Autumn Jeffrey and Gracie Bates. The team received initially position and $6,000 cash, as well as $200 for an concept that reduced the carbon footprint and yet another $250 for remaining a feasible company idea that is realistic, has small startup cost and is all set to go.
Beneath the enterprise product, their business will lease guns, supply ammo, bird canines, team images and thoroughly clean the birds for the ultimate “Locked and Loaded” looking working experience. Jeffrey operates guided pheasant hunts her family members hunts pheasants as a interest, stated Melissa Wilburn, organization and internet marketing instructor at Russell.
• Batter’s Eye, a staff consisting of Eric Williams, Daniel