Budding entrepreneurs at Russellville advance to state finals
Thursday, November 8, 2012
What if a camera could be attached to the jersey of a popular athlete, so fans could have an up-close-and-personal view from that player’s perspective? Four students at Russellville with that idea are advancing in business competition.
The Up Close and Personal entrepreneurship team from David Coulston’s introduction to business class at Cole County R-1 High School posed that product for the Missouri Entrepreneurship Challenge 2012.
The team of sophomore team captain Nathan McMillian, freshman Bailey Stiffler, sophomore Chloe Ruble and junior Miranda Fringer will now compete Tuesday in St. Joseph.
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