Teen entrepreneur raises $100K to create first-aid vending machine

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A teen entrepreneur has created a vending machine for first-aid supplies (KTRK)

What started as an eighth-grade project could soon turn into a multi-million-dollar company thanks to a 14-year-old entrepreneur from Alabama and his diligent work ethic.

A decade of playing baseball as a first baseman and pitcher inspired Opelika High School freshman Taylor Rosenthal to create a first-aid vending machine.

"No one could find a Band-Aid when someone got hurt," Rosenthal said.

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