2020 Championship

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Dare to Dream competition!

Watch the 2019 finals here!

Photos courtesy of Ed Litteral.

1st  Place — Children’s Paradise — Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School

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Team Members: Tommie McCartney, Leah Bailey, Bella Schrader

Pictured from left are Tim and Andy Glockner (sponsors), Tommie McCartney, Leah Bailey, Bella Schrader, and Steve Moore (sponsor).

Children’s Paradise presented a business idea to revolutionize childcare. They received a total of $7500 for their idea.

2nd Place — Vest Nest —  Russell High School (KY)

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Team Members: Gavin Spurlock, Ashton Madden, Morgan McClanahan

Vest Nest presented a business idea on how to properly organize safety vests for first responders to promote extended use. They received a total of $6500 for their idea and the award for Most Viable Business Idea.

3rd place — Kainos –Ironton High School

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Team Members: Abigail Patterson, Cameron Deere, Gretta Patterson

Kainos presented the business idea of an all natural dog product company. They received a total of $4600 for their idea and the William Beale Award.

4th Place — Leo — Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School

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Team Members: Rylie Elswick, Faith Harbour, Grace Ghiz

Leo presented the business idea for a pair of glasses that assist those with hearing impairments. They received a total of $3200 for their idea and the award for Best Social Impact Idea.

4th Place — Posh Babes — Russell High School (KY)

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Team Members: Meredith Addington, Kennedy Dotson, Josh Griffith

Posh Babes presented the business idea of a traveling pop-up shop that highlights small clothing businesses. They received a total of $2700 for their idea and the award for Most Viable Business Idea.

4th Place — Imagination Machine — Green High School

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Team Members: Mady Blanton, Cassie Kellogg, Kaitlyn Cooper, Rachael Cline

Imagination Machine presented the business idea of a pop-up dress up shop for children’s birthday parties and other events. They received a total of $2200 for their idea.

7th Place — Puffer Pouch — Green High School

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Team Members: Grace Wilburn, Kim Brown, Tori Ratliff

Puffer Pouch presented the business idea of an armband that holds an inhaler to give easy access on the go. They received a total of $1600 for their idea.

8th Place — Heat Wave — Green High School

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Team Members: Josh Hammond, Kylie Stapleton, Dustin Sprouse, Kaylee Blankenship, Marissa Boza

Heat Wave presented the business idea of a portable shoe trailer that displays restored designer shoes and provides shoe restoration services. They received a total of $2200 for their idea and the William Beale Award.

9th Place — Flower Power Filtration — South Webster High School

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Team Members: Haley B. Williams, Maecee Johnson, Haley E. Williams, Brody Boggs

Flower Power Filtration presented the business idea for a rain garden to naturally filter out pollutants. They received a total of $1300 for their idea and the William Beale Award.

10th Place — Volleyball Complex — Portsmouth High School

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Team Members: Olivia Ramey, Maddie Perry, Laken Tackett, Kyndal Kearns, Malorie Speas

Volleyball Complex presented the business idea for a local complex to house travel volleyball tournaments and provide a place for locals to play the sport. They received a total of $2000 for their idea and the award for Most Daring Dream.

11th Place — Game Changer — Chesapeake High School

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Team Members: Austin Jackson, Jackson Stephens, Maddie Watts

Game Changer presented the business idea for a sign used for student pep sections to relay information regarding cheers and chants during games. They received a total of $950 for their idea.

12th Place — Gym Jacket — Green High School

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Team Members: Ethan, Dawson, Ricky, Wiley

Gym Jacket presented the business idea for a vinyl cover used to protect gymnasium floors. They received a total of $750 for their idea.

12th Place — Battleground — Boyd County High School (KY)

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Team Members: Emma Provost, Kaeley Heaton, Alandra Thacker

Battleground presented the business idea for a nerf gun arena. They received a total of $750 for their idea.

12th Place — Clique Closet — Portsmouth High School

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Team Members: Samuel Finn, Zachary Ward, Gavin Begley, Sydney Tackett, Keri Callihan

Clique Closet presented the business idea of an app that assists a person in choosing their outfits and gives access to buying clothing straight from the brand. They received a total of $750 for their idea.

 

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