Max Mero and Garrett Milster work on their start-up RapairTech while Tyler Wirght Chase-Nason, from Autonomous Surveyor, occupies the cubicle next to them at SLO Hothouse in 2012. The SLO Hothouse is an incubator for start-up companies launched by Cal Poly students and alumni.
Max Mero and Garrett Milster work on their start-up RapairTech while Tyler Wirght Chase-Nason, from Autonomous Surveyor, occupies the cubicle next to them at SLO Hothouse in 2012. The SLO Hothouse is an incubator for start-up companies launched by Cal Poly students and alumni. jmellom@thetribunenews.com
Max Mero and Garrett Milster work on their start-up RapairTech while Tyler Wirght Chase-Nason, from Autonomous Surveyor, occupies the cubicle next to them at SLO Hothouse in 2012. The SLO Hothouse is an incubator for start-up companies launched by Cal Poly students and alumni. jmellom@thetribunenews.com

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