Thirteen students showcased their created businesses to the public Wednesday night, June 17, at Grand Prairie Events in Luverne. The students from Luverne, Hills-Beaver Creek, Southwest Minnesota Christian, Edgerton and Adrian spent the past school year learning real-life entrepreneur lessons from area business leaders as part of the Southwest MN CEO organization.

Entrepreneurial showcase highlights student-created busineses

Unbeknownst to incoming Luverne High School senior Rylee Gee and Southwest MN CEO student, the fourth grade valentine box she made from metal led to the creation of a business seven years later.

Gee’s business called “OG Metal Design” was one of 13 showcased Wednesday night, June 17, ending the 2019-20 Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities program.

 


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