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And The 2011 Business Plan Competition Winners

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
And The 2011 Business Plan Competition Winner Is...
The four best business plans from the Business 101 class presented their proposed businesses to an “all-star” panel of business executives on Friday, December 9, 2011. The judges selected the winning plan as well as the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place runners-up, and those are as follows: 4th Place  Marian’s List Online campus version of Craig’s List that provides a fast and convenient way for the Marian University community to buy and sell goods/services. 3rd Place Indy Knight Rider Gourmet sandwich shop based at the Major Taylor Velodrome, offering delivery services by the Marian University Cycling Team. 2nd Place Kampus Kuts On campus men’s barbershop, offering convenient, professional haircuts at a reasonable price. Winner of the 2011 Business Plan Competition Build-A-Basket Rachel Murray, Dante Fratturo, Tyler Williams, Tyler Cozart On campus provider of customizable care packages for students, offering easy online ordering and payment with no shipping costs.  Congratulations!

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