Printed the shirts and aprons
It was a three week process to build a business plan and submit it for selection. The ProStart team was selected along with three other programs around the state of West Virginia.
Once all four schools were in Charleston, they were judged and Tolsia came out on top victorious and won $43,500 for a Food Truck which was what the team submitted for the business plan.
Tolsia also won $1,000 for the people’s choice award with over 200 people sampling their Wings and Sliders and voted Tolsia the winner.
The Final Four in Charleston consisted of Cabell Midland, East Hardy/Moorefield High School and The Academy of Careers & Technology.