LAUNCH high school competition brings out innovative business ideas

December 8, 2014 | Nooga.com | Chloe Morrison

Four Tyner Academy students took home the top prize package valued at $10,000 after pitching their business idea at the annual LAUNCH High School Entrepreneurship Competition this weekend. 

The first-place idea came from students Terry Sales, Lorenzo Foster, Tery Thomas and Malik Yearby, who created Pure Life, which is a mop bucket that filters dirty water so that the user can continually mop with clean water.

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