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Future entrepreneurs learn about starting own business

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour co-owner Arel Moodie talks to attending students and adults about the methods of starting your own type of business.
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour co-owner Arel Moodie talks to attending students and adults about the methods of starting your own type of business.
Published April 01. 2011 05:00PM

Lehigh Carbon Community College sponsored a visit by the Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour (EET) Thursday at the Tamaqua Middle School auditorium and Tamaqua LCCC, Morgan Campus.

The event was to help future entrepreneurs learn about owning and starting their own type of business from an interactive panel of business owners who have succeeded greatly with their businesses.

The high-energy event provided music, movement, opportunities to receive over $300 in prizes, and light refreshments.

For more information about the EET, visit www.extremetour.org.

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