A Glass Act

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Give it the old college try.

If you'd like to start a business but think your student status is a detriment, author Bruce S. Davis would like to prove you wrong. With few bills and the financial support of parents, school loans or scholarships, you have less to risk and everything to gain. Davis shares his insights in How to Start Building a Fortune, Even Though You're Still in School (Sun Publishing Co.) and outlines how to begin five low-investment businesses: auto detailing, gift basket sales, commercial painting, retail sales and student travel services.

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Chris Co. Inc., (973) 285-3993, http://www.chrisco.com

e-glass inc., (818) 780-7273, Eglasss@aol.com

Sun Publishing Co., (800) 444-2524

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This article was originally published in the January 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: A Glass Act.

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