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EUREKA! Pitch Night March 2019

Our last EUREKA! Pitch Night of the year saw the return of three teams - all advancing to the next stage - and five new teams pitching for money and mentoring on March 28.

Our judges were Tony Caciolo '89, president at Monogram Construction and Monogram Custom Homes and Pools and co-owner of Coopersburg's the Inside Scoop ice cream shop, Jonathan Mercer, founder & curator at Stacks Co., a co-working space in Doylestown, and Jon Kontz, entrepreneur and investor and owner of Kontz Holdings.

View photos from EUREKA! here.

A total of eight teams pitched. All eight were awarded mentoring hours and money.

Congratulations to the following teams:

Stage 1:

College Chorez: Affordable & convenient online dorm cleaning services

Adrian Thomas Suarez '22

Players Vs. Reality: To provide a more common outlet into VR/AR for the Bethlehem community

Solomon L. Myers '22

Stage 2:

InVersion: Building better tools for version control in the modern business.

John Ott '19

Lotta: Device that advances the personal hygiene in the bathroom

Hayatullah Khan '22

Nayroo: Saving patients from long waits, saving doctors from lost revenue -- it’s Nayroo, what are you waiting for?

Jared Dashevsky '19G

Our Stuff for Charity: Unique handmade decor made directly to support those in need.

Dominique Voitek '20

Stage 3:

Gavel-It: A social media app that allows for people to settle their everyday debates.

David Pochapin '19

Preff: A dedicated social media network that facilitates in-person meetups and leads to hyper-focused advertising from restaurants

Dom Allen '20, Cam Cipriano '21, John Cunningham '21, William Peracchio '21

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