Rob and Alan Vogel pitch their business idea, Recreation Valley, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Rob and Alan Vogel pitch their business idea, Recreation Valley, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Amy Hirschi pitches her business idea, Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Amy Hirschi pitches her business idea, Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Hall Entrepreneurship Program Director Dave Noack presents first place winner Amy Hirschi with a $5,000 check for her business pitch Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Hall Entrepreneurship Program Director Dave Noack presents first-place winner Amy Hirschi with a $5,000 check for her business pitch, Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Luke Fawson and Brandon Dickerson pitch their business idea, Kangaroo Sacks, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Luke Fawson and Brandon Dickerson pitch their business idea, Kangaroo Sacks, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Amy Hirschi pitches her business idea, Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Amy Hirschi pitches her business idea, Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Rob and Alan Vogel pitch their business idea, Recreation Valley, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Rob and Alan Vogel pitch their business idea, Recreation Valley, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Zions Bank Region President Cory Gardiner and Hall Entrepreneurship Program Director Dave Noack present first place winner Amy Hirschi with a $5,000 check for her business pitch Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Zions Bank Region President Cory Gardiner and Hall Entrepreneurship Program Director Dave Noack present first-place winner Amy Hirschi with a $5,000 check for her business pitch Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Amy Hirschi pitches her business idea, Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Amy Hirschi pitches her business idea, Waverly Design Co., at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
Matt Lechtenberg pitches his business idea, Vitalized Homes, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Matt Lechtenberg pitches his business idea, Vitalized Homes, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition. (The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Matt Lechtenberg pitches his business idea, Vitalized Homes, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
Matt Lechtenberg pitches his business idea, Vitalized Homes, at the Opportunity Quest entrepreneur competition.(Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
As part of a panel of professionals Cory Gardiner, Terry Grant, Alan Hall, Joshua Irvine and Spencer Young Jr. acted as judges during the Opportunity Quest presentations.(The Signpost/Christina Huerta)
As part of a panel of professionals Cory Gardiner, Terry Grant, Alan Hall, Joshua Irvine and Spencer Young Jr. acted as judges during the Opportunity Quest presentations.(Christina Huerta / The Signpost)
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