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Huntington University vying for $25K in ag competition

– Students at three Indiana colleges are competing for $25,000 in a contest seeking the best campaign for promoting Indiana's agriculture industry.

Three teams of finalists from Huntington University, the University of Indianapolis and the University of Southern Indiana will make their presentations at the Statehouse on Monday.

The "Promoting the Good Works of Indiana Agriculture" contest awards the strongest communications campaigns for touting the state's agriculture industry.

Lt. Gov Sue Ellsperman plans to present a $25,000 award Monday to the team of students that wins the competition

That winning team will get $10,000 for its school and $15,000 to be split among the student team members.

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