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Zac Lawson with $2,000, 4th in state prize from Idea State U



2017-05-03 - Lexington, KY - Photo By Travis Smith, LWC.
With his business model 'Make My Day Meats', Zac Lawson, a Lindsey Wilson College business and CIS junior from Bloomfield, KY, won 4th place and a check for $2,000 on Saturday, April 22, 2017, at the Idea State U competition held in Lexington, Kentucky. Pictured from left: Linda McKinley Grider, LWC Chair of School of Business; Sheron Lawson, LWC Assistant Professor of Business LWC; Zac Lawson, business and CIS junior from Bloomfield, KY; and Tommy Taylor, LWC Assistant Professor of Business. - TRAVIS SMITH

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