SELINSGROVE — Higher college students from Selinsgrove Spot joined numerous Susquehanna University college students in competing for $2,250 in awards for business ideas for the duration of the university’s small business pitch competitiveness, Home of Hawks.
Michael Stebila and Samuel Laudenslager, Selinsgrove Area High School students, entered with Schwell, a fragrance patch that sits on the tongue of the shoe in an unnoticeable way to fight unpleasant odors.
The faculty also gave out a new Audience Choice Award for significant school entrepreneurs. The inaugural award went to cousin duo Madison Stebila and Dominic Parise, both equally pupils at Selinsgrove Place Large School, for EnjoyEmploy, an software to enable college students locate section-time work.
Logan Frank ’22, a Susquehanna College accounting key, walked absent with the grand prize of $1,000. He pitched L5 Lacrosse, an application that would connect faculty lacrosse players with youth players for individual schooling. The revenue created