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Winksy Norcelde, a Lasell graduate of 2013, created a web show called #THEMUSEUM to highlight and bring together the local talent community in the Boston area.  (Photo courtesy of Winsky Norcelde)

Winksy Norceide, a Lasell graduate of 2013, created a web show called #THEMUSEUM to highlight and bring together the local talent community in the Boston area. (Photo courtesy of Winsky Norceide)

By Brianna Robbins – Sports Editor

Winsky Norceide ‘13, recently started his own entrepreneurial business but not necessarily using his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and minors in Communications, Law and Business, and Mathematics. Norceide’s business is a web show he created called #TheMUSEUM. The purpose of the show is to attempt to bring the local talent community, especially in the Boston area, together in his own fashion.

#TheMUSEUM has a monthly photo contest where viewers can Google a picture for a chance to win $100 and six viewers are chosen each month for the prize of $100.  Viewers are not restricted to only Google and pictures of artwork may be used.

#TheMUSEUM invites a feature on to the show, usually a Boston talent, including but not limited to a musician, clothing designer, or comedian, to tell the audience exactly what to go find for #TheMUSEUM. The steps to enter the contest are the following:

  1. Follow the Web Show on their social media platforms (Instagram & Twitter)
  2. Subscribe on Youtube
  3. Have a PayPal account
  4. Send in your picture to their email

Norceide explained how easy it takes to enter the contest.

“Roughly five minutes of someone’s time could win them $100 and that’s every month that they can attempt this,” said Norceide. “This is great for college students, especially. Being a Laser alum, I know what the financial struggles are like for the normal college student. On top of that students would get a peek at the various talent lanes Boston has to offer since Lasell is so close.”

“Lasell is a very decorative school har- boring many talents itself,” said Norceide.  “Not only would the students be able to finally use Google to earn extra pocket money, but it would be a platform to be able to tell people about what they have going on too. I’ve run into a few students telling me about their up and coming clothing line.”

#TheMUSEUM currently has over 300 followers on Twitter and subscribers on YouTube and over 1,000 followers on Instagram. Norcedide hopes to have a website running January 1 to start off the new year. Those who are interested in learning more about Norceide or #TheMUSEUM are encouraged to email Winsky Norcedide at winskynorceide@gmail.com.

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