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WISN-TV 12: Entrepreneurs from Artery Ink compete on 'Project Pitch It'

Mara Natkin and Gloria Ramirez shared the story of Artery Ink with Eden Checkol. They also gave a behind-the-scenes look at Project Pitch It. Check out the interview at this link

Shepherd Express: HaloVino’s Recyclable, Reusable Drinkware

Sheila Julson shares an update on HaloVino and Jessica Bell, who appeared on Season 2. Read the article here.

BizTimes: ShockRay Self Defense gets cash prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Molly Dill recaps Episode 7, which saw ShockRay Self Defense win the Porject Pitch It Award; Project: Grind Over Glamour earned the Stritch Pitch Award; and LUM received the Pitch In Award. Read the article at this link

BizTimes: Deeplight Systems earns cash prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Deeplight Systems earned the Project Pitch It Award; Ready Eddy's received the Stritch Pitch Award; and Rowheels was the recipient of the Project Pitch In Award on the March 16 episode of Project Pitch It. 

Molly Dill recaps Episode 6 in this BizTimes article.
 

BizTimes: Light Fruit Co. wins $10,000 from ‘Project Pitch It’

Molly Dill recaps Episode 5, which featured Curate Solutions, Klover Products and Light Fruit Company.

Light Fruit Company won the Project Pitch It Award; Klover Products received the Stritch Pitch Award; and Curate Solutions earned the Pitch In Award.

Read the article here

Edible Door: Nurse ‘Delivers’ New Baby Food Company

Amanda Santora, founder of The Little Food Company, shares how she created the company that produces organic, locally-sourced baby food purées in this article in Edible Door.

“I'm excited to introduce our wholesome and convenient baby food to health-conscious parents who want the best for their little ones.” Santoro says.
Read the article at this link.

BizTimes: Asili Naturals earns $10,000 prize on ‘Project Pitch It’

Molly Dill recaps Episode 4, which first aired on March 2. Asili Naturals received the Project Pitch It Ward ($10,000); CannedWater4Kids and Permyt shared both the Stritch Pitch (3 business classes, office space, staff support) and the Pitch In (mogul-hosted forum with area business leaders) awards. 

The article can be accessed here