What Would You Do With $50,000? How About a Kid’s Restaurant?

derouche.jpgAnita Campbell (small Business Trends), John Jantsch (Duct Tape Marketing) and Ramon Ray (Smallbiztechnology.com) were judges for Intuit’s “Just Start” contest. The contest, of which there were 1,500 entrants, asked budding entrepreneurs what they would do with $50,000.
We narrowed down the contestants to 5 and then the general public whittled down the list one winner.
Winners Alissa and Noah DeRouchie take their two toddler sons to a restaurant and their big dream is of eating at a place that has no whine as they dine – a place where kids can play while their parents eat.
This contest was all part of Intuit’s “Just Start” campaign offering Quick Books simple start for free, previously it was $99. Download your own copy of the software at http://www.simplestart.com.

One thought on “What Would You Do With $50,000? How About a Kid’s Restaurant?

  1. Shashi Bellamkonda

    Its a great idea. I was even thinking of a kids friendly restaurant directory. it is very difficlut for families to choose a place to go to with kids. Thanks for judging the idea.

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