Would you like to make some money running your own business?
As an adult, would you like to own a business close to home?
If so, come to our free program on Tuesday, June 14th at 2:00 pm to learn what it takes to start and grow your own business.
Learn how to enter your business idea in the Clay County Young Entrepreneur Fair and win cash prizes...
1st - $1,000
2nd - $500
3rd - $250
People’s choice - $250
Statewide, over 300 students from 24 communities competed in 16 entrepreneurial challenges. Winners of these local challenges qualified to advance to the state event.
State competition winners (up to 4 members on a team)...
First place ($1,500): M& D Crop Diagnosis (aerial drone diagnostics)
Second place tie ($1,000 each): Cardinal Screen Repair (for smart phones) and Competitive Gaming Legion (e-gaming contests)
Other finalists, each receiving $500:
A to Z Assistants (errands, organizing, and general assistance)
EndGame Hunting (deer location device for bows)
Ernie’s Chairs (child’s chair assembled like puzzle)
Leonard’s Hogs (naturally raised hogs sold direct to consumers)
The Piano Girl (music for special events)
Other entries included:
BP Metal Customs (metal signs and repair)
Better Butter Body Butter (skin care products)
C&C Organizing (organizing service)
Chimney Cleaner (device inserted at a fireplace that scraps walls as it moves up)
CJ’s Designs (apparel printing)
Dimensions3 (service connecting inventors, designers and 3D printing)
Fancy Bands (headbands)
Karamelli (treats from around the world)
Lucky Dog Pet Sitting and Other Services (pet setting and house cleaning)
Made by Jade (bread mix made with pop)
Marina Valadez Photography (photography)
Nothin’ But Nut (chocolate covered nuts)
Pampered Princess (hand and foot scrub)
Pickmate (guitar pick grip)
The Tack Shack (retail sales of livestock products)
TMD Away (mechanical jaw massager)
Waffles on Wheels (food truck)
White Whole Wheat (a flour mix alternative)
To learn more or RSVP for the program, contact our office.