Jude Martinez, left, was presented a check by Central Kentucky Youth Entrepreneurial Society creator and volunteer instructor Chris Hamilton for $500 that will be used as start-up capital for his unique line of music headsets. Martinez graduated from YES recently and won first place in a business plan and presentation competition. He now has the opportunity to start his business in the YES incubator on Main Street in Lebanon. Since it began in 2009, YES has worked with young entrepreneurs interested in food, legal, manufacturing, literary and medical services. YES has produced two start-up businesses and graduated nine students. The incubator building was provided to YES by local entrepreneurs Mike and Robin Howard and Doug and Sharon Quinn. The program was funded by the Kentucky Entrepreneurial Coaches Institute. For more information about YES or entrepreneurial coaching services, call (270) 692-8902.