Corbin Clay of Denver and Tom Rachlin of Boulder have been selected as two of five finalists nationwide vying to boost their businesses in the GQ and Ketel One "A Gentleman's Call" entrepreneur contest.
Clay takes beetle-kill pinewood - an abundant natural resource that poses a large forest fire risk in the Rockies - and turns it into eco-friendly furniture.
Rachlin's Clean Water Reserve concept utilizes control-system technology to collect unused water in reserve tanks that could be re-purposed for other household chores.
Through Nov. 26th, viewers can vote for Clay or Rachlin at www.agentlemanscall.com.
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