University of Louisville’s College of Business Cardinal Challenge

Invitation to participate in the Cardinal Challenge, held in Louisville, Kentucky — University of Louisville’s College of Business Cardinal Challenge

A-76 Technologies, a corrosion inhibitor and lubricants manufacturing company, has been invited to participate in the Cardinal Challenge, held in Louisville, Kentucky.  The annual competition is held by the University of Louisville’s College of Business.

A-76 Technologies will compete in the Cardinal Challenge on February 14-15, 2014 among 11 other university teams.  Per the competition’s website, the Cardinal Challenge offers “more than $100,000 in business start-up cash and prizes, plus an automatic bid to the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition.”

“We are excited to compete at the Cardinal Challenge,” said A-76 Technologies Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Lauren Thompson. “This competition will be the first event that A-76 Technologies attends outside of Rice University and we relish the challenge and the opportunity to succeed.”

More information on the Cardinal Challenge can be found at their website.

 

About A-76 Technologies

A-76 Technologies is a corrosion inhibitor and lubricants manufacturing company, providing solutions to a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, maritime, and household applications.  The A-76 Technologies brand includes A-76 Super and A-76 Green.  A-76 Super works in high-humidity, high salinity environments and at a range of temperatures from -30°F to more than 500°F.  A-76 Green is a variation of the formula that contains no volatile organic compounds (VOCs).