$150,000 Business Plan Competition

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The MillerCoors Urban Entrepreneurs Series (MUES) proudly continues its unwavering commitment to fostering urban economic empowerment throughout the country.

Started in 1999 as a means to advance entrepreneurship in urban communities, the MUES program continues to evolve and grow by incorporating more resources for you – the entrepreneur.

This season, we have an interactive learning platform. Through the use of our twitter page, Facebook and MUES blog you can get a dialogue going with some of our past winners, current applicants and business owners as well as learn some of the tricks of the trade from some of our very own judges and community partners.

MUES is also continuing to keep its commitment to the environment by going GREEN!  Submissions will ONLY be accepted online! You will still have to complete your submissions by the deadline which is noon CST, on Friday, October 1, 2010. 

But remember, technical difficulties happen so meet (beat) the deadline and apply now for your chance at the prize pool of $150,000 and potentially become a qualified MillerCoors supplier.




https://millercoorsmues.com/  

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