(KUTV) Two teenage brothers are credited with creating a new way to cook biscuits over a fire. They call their invention the Wolf'em stick and now these boys are owners and CEO's of their own company.
The Wolf'em story started last year when the Harrison brothers Tanner, 17, and Spencer, 14, took an entrepreneur class and were desperate for an idea.
After a little deliberation they came up with the Wolf'em stick which is a new way to cook biscuits over the fire. Their business plan won a state competition and then the boys took second place in a national entrepreneur contest.
To use the Wolf'em sticks you simply put a biscuit on the end of the stick, bake it over a fire, and then fill it with your favorite dessert filling. It's a simple concept that the Harrison boys hope hits it big, "We have some big goals I'm not sure how long it will take, but I can see the Wolf'em becoming up there with s'mores." said owner Tanner Harrison.
Last year they sold 1500 Wolf'em sticks; this year their goal is 5,000.
For more information about the Wolf'em Sticks go to: www.wolfem.com
By: Dan Rascon
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