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FLC Hawk Tank competition will conclude virtually

FLC Hawk Tank competition will conclude virtually

Monday, April 13, 2020

The 2020 Hawk Tank Business Plan Competition at Fort Lewis College will conclude virtually via Zoom on April 18. Hawk Tank is FLC’s annual business plan competition, hosted by the Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration and Office of Alumni Engagement. The competition is open to teams led by current FLC students, recent graduates, and Four Corners area high school students. Competitors have the opportunity to take a new business idea from concept to storefront, and successful plans can earn cash prizes and FLC scholarships.

The 2020 competition includes a high school track, recent FLC alumni track, and current FLC student track. High school students are competing for FLC scholarships, up to $8,000 for first place, in addition to cash prizes. The alumni and college teams can earn up to $5,000 cash for first place.

Business plans were due March 23, just as FLC moved to a virtual campus due to coronavirus. Community members and media who are interested in observing the competition can follow the Hawk Tank Facebook and Instagram pages for regular updates.

Schedule for Final Round of Hawk Tank 2020

  • Final round will be on April 18
  • The high school track will begin at 9 a.m.
  • The recent alumni track will begin at 11:15 a.m.
  • The college track will begin at 2:45 p.m.

A total of four high school teams, six recent alumni teams, and six college teams are competing this year in the final live round.

The winners for each track will be announced in a congratulatory video on Monday, April 20 at noon on the Hawk Tank Facebook and Instagram pages.

Email hawktank@fortlewis.edu to receive the private link for the Zoom meeting space where the presentations will be held. More information about the competition is at www.fortlewis.edu/hawktank.

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