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MDI donated to 7 GCS Schools by Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union

mdi-bulk-485Special thanks to Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union for donating 4 decks each of our entrepreneur card game Million Dollar Idea to the business classes of seven area Guilford County Schools with a total of 28 decks donated.
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Pics: 5/16 ReBuildUp Course @ Central Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting

Pictures from the Saturday, May 16th ReBuildUp Course for adults at Central Library in Downtown Greensboro sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting.

Participants went on to compete in the PitchPocalypse held the next day also at Central Library.

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MDI Game Play Instruction Video Completed!

Thank you for all the help from family and friends game testing Million Dollar Idea and taking part in the instruction video. Thanks also to Geeksboro for allowing us to film this video at their Lawndale Drive location.

 

Take a minute to watch this video and consider buying a deck of your own by going to our Store.

MDI Instruction Video in Production

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We’re putting together our new game play demo and instruction video for Million Dollar Idea.  Once complete, we’ll be shipping out donated decks of MDI to business and entrepreneurship classes of selected schools throughout Guilford County.

PICTURES: 2/21 ReBuildUp Course @ Central Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting

Here are the pictures from the Saturday, February 21st ReBuildUp Course held at Central Library in Downtown Greensboro sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting.  Stay tuned, we’ll be announcing the location of the next ReBuildUp Course to be held also in Downtown Greensboro on Saturday, March 14th, 1-5pm the day before the rescheduled PitchPocalypse at Central Library on Sunday, March 15th, 2:30-5pm.

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First up, Economy, Jr.

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Time for cards with Million Dollar Idea.

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The presentations begin with Pitch Drill.

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It all comes together in the Cashless Incubator held at the end.

PICS: 1/27 MDI @ Hemphill Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting

Here are the pictures from Tuesday, January 27th’s Million Dollar Idea card game event at Hemphill Library that finished up with a “sudden death” final round sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting with organizing help from Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s Entrepreneur group.

Hemphill-1-474 The game is on.

Hemphill-2-474 Sudden death round for who had the most market share.

Hemphill-3-474 The players deciding who the winner is for the best “Million Dollar” product idea.

1/27: MDI @ Hemphill Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting

Crest-MDI-HEMPHILL-I-300PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – On Tuesday, January 27th, Hemphill Library will host the Million Dollar Idea card game from 6-7pm.

MDI is a card game that has players take turns being a customer while the other players try to convince them to purchase their products accumulating market share in the process.

There are two ways to win by either having the most market share at the end of the game (combined money and resources) or coming up with the best product idea in the game.

This event is sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting with organizing help from Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s Entrepreneur group.

PICS: 1/20 MDI @ McGirt-Horton Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting

Pictures from Tuesday, January 20th’s Million Dollar Idea card game at McGirt-Horton Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting with organizing help from Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s Entrepreneur group.
McGirt-1-475Final hand of the game.

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1/20: MDI @ McGirt-Horton Library sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting

Crest-MDI-McGIRT-I-300PUBLIC (FREE) EVENT – On Tuesday, January 20th McGirt-Horton Library will host the Million Dollar Idea card game from 6-7pm.

MDI is a card game that has players take turns being a customer while the other players try to convince them to purchase their products accumulating market share in the process.

There are two ways to win by either having the most market share at the end of the game (combined money and resources) or coming up with the best product idea in the game.

This event is sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting with organizing help from Shift, the Nussbaum Center’s Entrepreneur group.