"Mike and LeeAnn Adams received six of the 16 votes and the Audience Choice Award for their app — Mad Freight.
The Parowan couple founded Mad Freight, which Herbert called an “Uber for freights,” after driving through the night to pick up farming equipment in Idaho, which initially sparked the idea for a community-centered delivery service.
After traveling long distances to get necessities and seeing many of their neighbors doing the same, the couple decided to start a business where people could post what they needed and others could earn money for delivering it.
“In today’s day and age, I think we can all agree that next-day air is too slow,” Mike Adams said."
January 10, 2020 at Noon in the Healthcare & Trades Building at 757 West 800 South