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Elevation 5312 – Pursuing Dreams of Food Entrepreneurship

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Elevation 5312 – Pursuing Dreams of Food Entrepreneurship

July 5, 2018

Michael Sedillo of Elevation 5312 decided to pursue his dreams of becoming a food entrepreneur after an unexpected diagnosis revealed just how limited our time really is.
Elevation 5312 is part of the Street Food Institute’s community class. Michael’s story shows us what can happen when entrepreneurs have the support they need to succeed.


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