Redefining the Classroom

BE Inspired Series speaker speaks of Seoul to Soo

Posted: September 12th, 2014


SEOUL TO SAULT – Kim Muir, a 1994 alumna of Lake Superior State University and president/owner of Can’t Skate, Can’t Play, Inc., talks about her journey from Korea to becoming a successful U.S. business owner. Her talk was the latest installment in LSSU’s BE Inspired Series on Sept. 8, sponsored by the LSSU College of Business and Engineering. Muir graduated from LSSU’s pre-med program and has owned her power skating instruction firm for more than 20 years. More than 50 of her students currently play in the National Hockey League, with an equal number playing in the minor leagues. Fresh from working with the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, she was in Sault Ste. Marie to instruct the Laker hockey team and Sault Greyhounds. (LSSU/Kati Doty)

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