Business plans battle for supremacy in the Hawk Tank

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Business plans battle for supremacy in the Hawk Tank

46 different plans submitted this year
Megan Wellnitz and Tristan MacLean, winners of this year’s Hawk Tank student business plan competition at Fort Lewis College envision a gourmet meal served to tourists aboard a hot-air balloon with their proposed business, Always Time to Fly.
Max Kirks, left, and Duke Jackson, envision a new nonprofit, High Pine Regenerative Design, a permaculture system of agriculture that uses natural patterns and ecosystem features to create sustainable and edible landscapes. They submitted a business plan for their proposed nonprofit for the Hawk Tank business plan competition held annually by the Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration.
Second-round Hawk Tank judges Shelley Plomske, Travis Kimmel and Elizabeth Marsh tally their scores after a business plan presentation at Roshong Recital Hall on April 7. Forty-six business plans were submitted for the 2018 business plan competition Hawk Tank held annually by the Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration.

Business plans battle for supremacy in the Hawk Tank

Megan Wellnitz and Tristan MacLean, winners of this year’s Hawk Tank student business plan competition at Fort Lewis College envision a gourmet meal served to tourists aboard a hot-air balloon with their proposed business, Always Time to Fly.
Max Kirks, left, and Duke Jackson, envision a new nonprofit, High Pine Regenerative Design, a permaculture system of agriculture that uses natural patterns and ecosystem features to create sustainable and edible landscapes. They submitted a business plan for their proposed nonprofit for the Hawk Tank business plan competition held annually by the Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration.
Second-round Hawk Tank judges Shelley Plomske, Travis Kimmel and Elizabeth Marsh tally their scores after a business plan presentation at Roshong Recital Hall on April 7. Forty-six business plans were submitted for the 2018 business plan competition Hawk Tank held annually by the Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration.
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