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posted: 6/6/2013 4:33 PM

Chamber thanks Young Entrepreneurs:

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Lake Zurich Area Chamber of Commerce has issued a public thank-you to students in this year's Young Entrepreneurs Academy on their successful completion of the 30-week program and the launch of their new businesses. Alec Brady started Dinner Loves Company, Jeffrey Epstein and Carly Rubin began Infinity teen club, Jennifer Heynez started ECO Bear, Conor Lewis initiated BluZone, Connor O'Neill created Swing Score and Tom Stawinski launched Battlefield Bandannas. Applications are currently being accepted for the 2013-14 academy. Classes will be Wednesday afternoons at Lake Zurich High School. Students in seventh through 12th grade from any school are invited to apply. Classes begin in October. Deadline to apply is Sept. 14. To apply or for more information, call (847) 438-5572 or contact chamber Executive Director Dale Perrin at dperrin@lzacc.com.

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