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TCL students raise money for Perfect Pitch competition

Technical College of the Lowcountry entrepreneurship students successfully raised $577 during an 8-week challenge. Two teams, made of 9 students total, were challenged to take $10 each and turn it into a profit. One team, led by general business student Zarah Goodyear, organized two TCL community yard sales. The other team, led by business student Tonya Brown, designed and packaged a coffee mug giftset to encourage support of October as breast cancer awareness month. Both groups chose to donate their proceeds to TCL’s Perfect Pitch program, which allows students and alumni to compete for start-up funding for a new business idea. For more information, please contact business instructor Candice Chastain at cchastain@tcl.edu.

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