Colby McCurty presents her business plan for Grab N Go, vending machines that provide high school and college students with school supply essentials, during the second annual LAUNCH High School Entrepreneurship competition Sunday. McCurty developed the idea with her partner Deosha King and the girls were awarded a $10,000 prize that includes cash and business services to help them finance their venture.
Colby McCurty presents her business plan for Grab N Go, vending machines that provide high school and college students with school supply essentials, during the second annual LAUNCH High School Entrepreneurship competition Sunday. McCurty developed the idea with her partner Deosha King and the girls were awarded a $10,000 prize that includes cash and business services to help them finance their venture.
Photo by Allison Love .
published Sunday, December 2nd, 2012
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