The Amazing Annoyatron wins NSW PitchFest

Pennie Scott
Updated July 7 2017 - 7:19am, first published 4:45am
Wagga Wagga student, Michael Nixon, presenting his pitch for The Amazing Annoyatron which won him first place and $5,000 at the NSW final of the Australia post Regional Pitchfest in Dubbo on 5 July. The national finals will be held in Wagga Wagga on 18 August. Photo supplied.
Wagga Wagga student, Michael Nixon, presenting his pitch for The Amazing Annoyatron which won him first place and $5,000 at the NSW final of the Australia post Regional Pitchfest in Dubbo on 5 July. The national finals will be held in Wagga Wagga on 18 August. Photo supplied.

Wagga Wagga resident, Michael Nixon, 14, has taken out first place for his innovative and educational business idea, The Amazing Annoyatron, after pitching against four other New South Wales finalists at tonight’s Australia Post Regional Pitchfest state final in Dubbo.

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Pennie Scott

Pennie Scott

Senior Journalist

I am an independent scholar with interests and expertise in regenerative agriculture, equity and justice for farmers, functioning healthy landscapes and the culture in agri-culture. My aim is to inform holistically and honestly to ensure readers have access to what they need, now.

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