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Camp Inc. Announces Bright Idea Contest Winners

For the inaugural Camp Inc. overnight Jewish summer camp experience in 2014, Camp Inc. offered all teen entrepreneurs a chance to win a FREE summer camp session. All they had to do was send in their “bright idea” of a new product or service to be eligible to win a free summer camp session for the summer of 2014. Camp Inc. received a great response from budding teen entrepreneurs near and far and (drumroll please), have selected the winners!

Camp Inc. is proud to announce the top 3 best entrepreneurial idea submissions that ALL receive a free session at Camp Inc. this summer!

Each of the top 3 winners received the same amount of votes, so it was a 3-way tie. So without further ado, see Camp Inc.’s Top 3 Bright Ideas Winners on our blog here!

Camp Inc. sincerely thanks each teen who submitted their Bright Idea for consideration in the contest at Camp Inc. We hope you’ll join as well! Camp Inc. is a Boulder-based Jewish overnight summer camp for 7th-12th graders and is focused on youth entrepreneurship and business. Check out all our available summer camp programs here and this summer’s camp dates here.

 

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About Josh Pierce

Camp Inc. is directed by Josh Pierce, a successful entrepreneur, camp professional, husband, and father of two girls. Josh spent years as a camper and staff member at Camp Chi, the Chicago Jewish Community Center’s overnight camp. He studied music and business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has built and sold a number of companies. After a decade of working with Jewish teens, Josh’s passion for youth entrepreneurship and overnight camp led him to the Boulder JCC, where he was awarded a prestigious position in the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Incubator II and full funding for Camp Inc. through the Jim Joseph Foundation and Avi Chai Foundation.

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