MUHS graduate wins $212,000 business pitch prize

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TWO MIDDLEBURY UNION high school students were among those who competed last week in the University of Vermont’s inaugural Joy and Jerry Meyers Cup, an entrepreneurial competition that included recent graduates of the institution’s Business School. A team including Zachary Dunn, co-owner of “Painting With Purpose,” won the competition and the coveted $212,500 prize. Dunn is on the far left in this photo of the Cup finalists. Fellow MUHS alum Taylor Moulton – pictured center in white jersey – came in second. Photo courtesy of Jill Dunn

When Zachary Dunn of Salisbury graduated from Middlebury Union High School in 2019, he wasn’t sure what he wanted to do — other than attend the University of Vermont.

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