Gone in 60 Seconds, round two, has been scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 27.
The elevator-pitch competition, open to all aspiring entrepreneurs, was held for the first time in August and met with resounding success. More than 200 folks packed Buck Nekkid BBQ in Fayetteville. The event may become a monthly thing in NWA, and it may be expanded to other areas of the state as well.
Gone in 60 was the brainchild of IA advisor — and entrepreneur and investor extraordinaire — Jeff Amerine. The Northwest Arkansas Entrepreneurship Alliance is the main sponsor. The second installment will begin at 6 p.m. on Oct. 27 from Buck Nekkid, located at 3825 N. Shiloh Dr. in Fayetteville.
This second go-round will feature a $1,000 grand prize, and as always, represents a great networking opportunity for entrepreneurs and investors.
Visit NWAEA.net if you’re interested in attending, sponsoring or competing.