Penn State Euntrepernoure Celebrates St. Patty’s Day
When Peter Ginzburg was a senior at Penn State, he had his own business called GinzVelo to develop human-electric-vehicles all the while gearing up to graduate and start a full time job at Siemens. In the midst of all excitement, Peter was still unsatisfied with his progress and was seeking opportunities to flex his new Entrepreneurship Minor.
In February 2011 he got his chance. Derek Gross and Peter Ginzburg teamed up and created commemorative shot glasses and T-Shirts to help students celebrate the unique holiday that students created from scratch.
Now in 2013 after thousands of glasses and shirts have been sold, Peter launched his own site to celebrate St. Patty’s day. All proceeded from the sales will be used to bolster R&D for GinzVelo.
Thank you PSU and everyone who helped Peter along the way.
3 Responses to “Penn State Euntrepernoure Celebrates St. Patty’s Day”
Holy crap did you butcher spelling in the title.
Hold on a second. This article is about Peter Ginzburg, written in third person by Peter Ginzburg?
-no mention of the name of “made up holiday”.
-use of the abbreviation “St.” for “state” (assuming State Patty’s Day is the made up holiday
Can we talk for a second about how “Entrepreneurship Minor” is spelled correctly, but “Euntrepernoure”… isn’t?
Leave a Reply