John Kortibarria, founder of the startup lilcreators,holds a bike made from a kit that can be decorated and assembled by children and parents. He was the first of 20 entrepreneurs to make presentations at the Challenge Cup at Trailhead on Wednesday.
John Kortibarria, founder of the startup lilcreators,holds a bike made from a kit that can be decorated and assembled by children and parents. He was the first of 20 entrepreneurs to make presentations at the Challenge Cup at Trailhead on Wednesday. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
John Kortibarria, founder of the startup lilcreators,holds a bike made from a kit that can be decorated and assembled by children and parents. He was the first of 20 entrepreneurs to make presentations at the Challenge Cup at Trailhead on Wednesday. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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