Miller Lite ‘taps into the future’ of small businesses

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Miller Lite is pleased to announce, Tap the FutureTM a new business plan competition. This competition puts groups of like minded entrepreneurs against each other to claim a prize pool of $400,000 in much needed business grants. During this opportunity the competitors will get a mentorship and advice from some of the best and brightest business minds.  Enter the contest. You have nothing to loss and everything to gain.SAB_TAP_Homepage-1

In order to participate, you need and your business partners need to be at least 21. Register at and fill out an application, the applications phase closes August 1, 2013. After completing the submission the next two phases begin.

 Twenty-five semi-finalists will be selected to compete in live pitch events in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia and Phoenix. Daymond John and a panel of expert judges will select one business in each city to win $20,000 and advance to the national finals.

The top five winners from each market will present before a national panel of judges as Miller Lite Tap the Future finalists. One team will win the grand prize: a $250,000 business development grant.

Consumers can vote online for their favorite team. The five teams with the most fan votes will be awarded $10,000 each. For more information go to

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