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American Idol's Randy Jackson to Appear at Montclair State University, May 6

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - The man who made the phrase, "Yo, dog..." famous will be live at Montclair State University. Randy Jackson, former American Idol competition judge, will be a judge at a pitch competition on May 6, held in the University Hall 7th floor conference center.

Free and open to the public, ten teams of students will compete for a $10,000 prize as part of the MSU annual student pitch competition called TeleBrands Inventors Day for Aspiring Entrepreneurs.

 Students from the Feliciano Center entrepreneurship classes have been working for a full year to brainstorm an innovative idea to solve a real-world problem, test and validate the solution, and develop a plan to market and pitch the idea.

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The judges--Randy Jackson; Todd Pettengill (co-host of WPLJ's morning show); Anthony "Sully" Sullivan (the British, blue-shirted guy on OxiClean commercials) and AJ Khubani (founder and CEO of TeleBrands)--will decide who goes home with a slice of the $10,000...and who goes home empty-handed!

Learn more about this year's teams of students:
http://www.themontclarion.org/archives/3754027

Presented by the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship in the School of Business, registration is required for this free event; pizza included:
http://www.meetup.com/Montclair-Entrepreneurs/events/221654524/

 

 

 

 

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