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Winner of the IP Pitch contest is..

Posted on March 15, 2013
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Hunter Edward Goree and Jeremy Taylor Shields from Graves County High School won the best project award in the IP Pitch Pilot Contest for their project ‘Rest Easy Hunting Apparatus’! Their idea tackles the unlikelyhood of a hunter wearing safety harness because of discomfort or inconvenience.  By providing maximum protection from taking a fall out of a deer stand, while being designed with comfort and usefulness in mind the Rest Easy Hunting Apparatus is a safety harness that will allow both a hunter and his family to have a peaceful state of mind.  Team received a $500 award.

 Best Advisor award ($500) goes to Lori Ricks from Trigg County High School. 

Congratulations to the winners!