Entrepreneurial Shark Tank | Jackson Free Press | Jackson, MS

Entrepreneurial Shark Tank

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Ken Stiggers

Mr. Announcement: "Ghetto Science Public Television welcomes its viewers to the premiere of the 'Hustle Family Shark Tank' reality television show, featuring panelists from the Hustle family:

• Brother Hustle, a street-wise entrepreneur who hustles ice-cold Juicy Juice refreshments and creator of the Compensatory Investment Request Support Group, a popular small street business start-up association in the Ghetto Science Community.

• Aunt 'Tee-Tee' Hustle, a self-taught information-technology guru with several international certifications in computer technology, programming, repair and more. She is also a social-media marketing specialist.

• Great Granddaddy 'Big Money' Hustle: a long time financial expert and adviser at the Let Me Hold Five Dollars National Bank.

This distinguished panel of experts will evaluate and negotiate collaborative investment proposals from up-and-coming Ghetto Science Community entrepreneurs. Our first entrepreneur is Chef Fat Meat with his Mobile Meat Treats Barbecue Grill."

Chef Fat Meat: "Greetings, Hustle family. I need your assistance to provide youth and adults with entrepreneurial and earning opportunities, enable poor people on welfare to afford and enjoy top-of-the-line grilled meats, veggies and seafood, and enhance the level of collaboration and cooperation between empathetic community vendors and the Ghetto Science Community.

"I hope the Hustle family will support my idea of the Mobile Meat Treats Barbecue Grill, nicknamed the Poor People's Food Truck. Can you smell the possibilities?"

Great Granddaddy "Big Money" Hustle: "Chef Fat Meat, the Hustle family smells success, and we're starving like Marvin. Let's close the deal by sampling some of your delicious grilled food."

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