Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
Daniel Brown had a job at Cleveland Neighborhood Progress — until about a week ago.
“I just quit it to become a garbage man,” he said to laughs.
Maybe it was a good choice: His company, Rust Belt Riders Composting, took home the largest investment, $20,000, during SEA Change Happen — a pitch event for eight of the 13 companies and nonprofits that just graduated from Cleveland’s SEA Change social enterprise accelerator.
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Originally published April 7, 2015.