A pair of Fulton Schools teams earned recognition at the ASU Launch Days, a series of student entrepreneur competitions held at each of the four ASU campuses.

Steven Rawlings and Eduardo Fernandez created Cooler Suit, a backpack that contains a miniature evaporative cooling system and Joshua Kosar created 3dCycler LLC, a technology company that works to make 3-D printing more sustainable, affordable and accessible.  Each of the Launch Day winners receives $3,000 in seed funding from ASU, acceptance into the ASU incubator program and mentoring from prominent Arizona business executives.

The Launch Day winners will be mentored by Members of Entrepreneurs’ Organization Arizona, a group of successful business owners who helped judge and pick the winners, and will donate their time and expertise as ongoing program mentors.

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