Local students put business ideas to test



Nigel Myers is a junior at Brownstown Central High School, but he already has the mentality of a professional businessman.

That’s the same for his two partners, Noah Killey and Clay Brown, also juniors, who together have created a product to safely move box pads in the workplace.

Called the Liftamania 9000, the $2,000 product attaches to a forklift that is used to unstack box pads, which is equipment made of fiberglass to hold electrical wiring and transformers.

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