Entrepreneur Boot Camp for Veterans with Disabilities

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They may be out of the service, but 21 military veterans were back in a different kind of boot camp.

Tuesday night, the veterans graduated from the Entrepreneurship Boot Camp for Veterans with Disabilities at the University Center Club on FSU's Campus.

The three dozen men and women used a lot of brain power over the past seven days, fine tuning their business models so their business will be successful and profitable.

"When I came in here and I had my business going, my focus was like this, I thought it was like this, but it was like this, but now I know that my focus is like this. So now in terms of moving forward, there's real clarity," says graduate Clarence Crane.

The Color Guard who started off the ceremony are all members of FSU's Air Force or Army ROTC.

The entrepreneurship boot camp was established in 2007 at Syracuse University and FSU followed suit shortly after.

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