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Chris Haynes (left) vice president business development, Derek Haake, president and Zac Sebo, vice president operations in the backyard of Haake's home in Akron where their business Campus Shift began. Haake is holding up a laptop with their website where college students can look for deals on textbooks as well as provide help to student entrepreneurs. Campus Shift is now based in the Youngstown Business Incubator. (Karen Schiely /Akron Beacon Journal)
Derek Haake, president, of Campus Shift throws a disc to his dog Sarah as he meets with business partners Zac Sebo, vice president of operations and Chris Haynes, vice president of business development, in the backyard of Haake's home, in Akron, where their business Campus Shift began. Campus Shift is now based in the Youngstown Business Incubator. (Karen Schiely /Akron Beacon Journal)
CONGRESS TWP.: Cinnamon Lake, a cluster of 500 newer homes about 40 miles west of Akron, promotes itself as being in the heart of Amish country yet within easy reach of 70 mph freeways leading to modernity.