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Culver’s business model contest awards over $30,000 to students

Austin Rosenberger listens to his business parter while he pitches their idea. Culver’s business model contest awarded first place $15,000.Alicia Kahl | The Advance-Titan

Austin Rosenberger listens to his business parter while he pitches their idea. Culver’s business model contest awarded first place $15,000.

Dylan Parks hugs Director Colleen Merrill after winning the contest. Parks used corrugated cardboard boxes to create desks that sit atop classroom desks so that kids do not have to sit so much during their days. Alicia Kahl | The Advance-Titan

Dylan Parks hugs Director Colleen Merrill after winning the contest. Parks used corrugated cardboard boxes to create desks that sit atop classroom desks so that kids do not have to sit so much during their days.

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Culver’s business model contest awards over $30,000 to students