Brownstown students win business competition with unique product

A clever and practical business idea has paid off — literally — for three Brownstown Central High School students.

Nigel Myers, Noah Killey and Clay Brown, all juniors, were recently named champions of the Maverick Challenge regional round conducted in Columbus for their product called the Boxlift 7000.

“The entire community is proud of them,” said Robin Perry, the boys’ business teacher.

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