GHC wins East-West Innovation Bowl

Five Georgia Highlands College students representing three teams and three different business ideas scored enough overall points to win the first East-West Innovation Bowl against Sierra Nevada University on April 16.

Lance Philp, of Dallas, presented his plan for a communication application, which coordinated various suppliers and expedited a construction project; Erica Wittenbrook and Brea Wells, both of Acworth, presented  their idea, titled Allfull, which is a unique method of dispensing hard-to-reach products like peanut butter; and Tynasia Bunting, a guard on the GHC women’s Chargers basketball team from Newport News, Va., and Tommy Sullivan, of Rome, presented their idea for a revolutionary, fast-acting anti-cramping rub-on gel that incorporates THC to help relieve pain in athletes and other demographics.

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