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Hustl•Print hosts Entrepreneurship Pitch Competition, Community Cleanup

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Atlanta-based youth mentorship program Hustl•Print hosts 2020 Summer Entrepreneurship Pitch Competition and Community Cleanup in Vine City with young entrepreneurs, community businessowners.

ATLANTA - eTradeWire -- Youth mentorship program Hustl•Print, the non-profit arm of social awareness brand Humbl Hustlr, will host its 2020 Summer Entrepreneurship Pitch Competition and Vine City Community Cleanup on Saturday, August 1, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., at the Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

A celebration of the program's graduates, youth mentees will have an opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of six judges, which consists of corporate professionals and entrepreneurs, for a $500 prize. Afterward, the mentees will work side-by-side with local business owners to clean up a part of Vine City in Atlanta.

Grammy Award-winning artist Lecrae will be one of the sitting judges for the pitch panel.

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Hustl•Print was started by Humbl Hustlr founder Lorenzo Gordon as a way to improve the quality of life within young men of color, without experience in entrepreneurial startup process, to receive the necessary tools and resources that will allow them the chance to win funding towards starting up their business.

"Hustl•Print is an entrepreneurial training program for young Black men through various communities and circumstances," Gordon said. "We connect our mentees with a diverse group of entrepreneurs and corporate innovators for bridge building, brotherhood, community service and career development."

As a quarterly program, Hustl•Print utilizes a curriculum of high-level training and activities to produce young entrepreneurs.

Gordon continued, "The program was not only designed to teach entrepreneurial and branding blueprints, but to also impact the lives of young black men and cultivate them as the next wave of future CEOs," Gordon."

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An entrepreneur himself, Gordon started his brand Humbl Hustlr as a way to highlight entrepreneurs and the behind-the-scenes effort that they put into their businesses.

"I started the brand because I knew there was a need to highlight the movers and shakers behind the scenes that are humbly elevating in their career. When you come across a photo of a celebrity on the red carpet, you don't see the hairstylist that did his/her hair, you don't see the makeup artist that did his/her face, and you don't see the stylist who actually styled them. Those are the people I want to showcase," Gordon said.

For more information about Hustl•Print to either get involved with the program or provide support through a donation, please visit https://humblhustlr.com/pages/hustl-print

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