Emboldened by the spirit of Old Main, the Aggie Made program highlights products and innovations generated by students and alumni of Utah State University. While some projects were conceived in the classroom before taking shape, others originated from ideas that came following graduation from USU. Through this collection of unique products, Aggies continue to have a significant impact on the world we live in. Aggie Made ... By Aggies, For Aggies
The search for the perfect chocolate chip cookie combined with entrepreneurship to form a sweet business thanks to USU alumnus Sawyer Hemsley and his cousin, Jason McGowan. The two started Crumbl, a business that makes and delivers freshly baked cookies to your doorstep, all while Hemsley was finishing up his degree at Utah State University.
Collin Peterson and Daniel Warren didn’t feel like cost should be a barrier for a good quality pickleball paddle. When the two entrepreneurs couldn’t find any that fit their needs, Peterson and Warren created Bison Paddles — which are not only aesthetically pleasing but built “strong as a bison” for optimal durability.
Sam and Kacie Malouf transformed a two-person operation into a company with over 11,000 product choices that are available on more than 50 online channels, in more than 15,000 retail locations across the United States, and at a growing number of international specialty sleep stores in more than 30 countries.