A student at Utah Valley University's Woodbury School of Business, Dallas Robinson, has been named one of nine 2012 Forbes All Star Entrepreneurs in the magazine's September edition.
The accolade recognizes college entrepreneurs who have started a business with at least $100,000 in sales while still a full-time student.
Robinson and business partner Mike Buonomo founded Kisstixx, a company that produces a lip balm that comes in complementary flavors that combine when users kiss.
The All-Star honor from Forbes is the latest in a series of accolades for Robinson and Buonomo. The duo appeared on ABC's "Shark Tank" television show where business mogul Mark Cuban invested $200,000 in their company. Kisstix also won the U.S. Small Business Administration video contest and was featured on the White House website.
Robinson, who continues to keep a full academic schedule at UVU, is projecting that Kisstix will surpass $1 million in sales by the end of 2012 as the company expands to 20 countries worldwide.
Kistixx operates from UVU's Business Resource Center, an affiliate of the university's business school. The center supports and incubates student startups while providing mentoring from experienced professionals.
Forbes' September edition is available at newsstands today.