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LWC students' Bison Adventure Gear wins at Idea State U

2016-04-26 - Lexington, KY - Photo by Travis Smith, LWC photo.
Michael Hart, second from left, a business administration student from Indianapolis, Ind. and Wes Murphy, third from left, a recreation and tourism student from Clarksville, Tenn., earned a second place finish in the business model category with their business model, Bison Adventure Gear, at the Idea State U. competition in Lexington, KY on Saturday, April 23, 2016. Kentucky’s Idea State U. is a business plan competition designed to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship by rewarding student teams from Kentucky's colleges and universities. The second place prize was $5,000. Bison was also awarded an additional $200 for their business pitch. Also pictured are Kentucky Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton, left, and Christine Wade at right of the Idea Innovation Network.

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