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Mar. 23—Mike and Meeka Fellows won a Decatur entrepreneurial competition Tuesday by pitching an idea for an RV park that was inspired by their own experiences purchasing and living in a recreational vehicle with their four kids. The RV transformed the Fellows family’s life. “We were not in front of the TV; we were doing things. So, we started to see an improvement in the family dynamic,” Meeka said. “We were like, what else can we do?” The answer was develop a plan for “Selah’s Acres RV Park and Resort Development,” and that concept helped them finish first out of nine finalists in the Singing River Trail Launch Tank competition modeled after television’s “Shark Tank.” The Madison couple plans to use their $5,000 winnings to make their RV park a reality, possibly in northern Madison County. “We want Huntsville or Decatur; we want Alabama to feel what we felt every time we went to one of the RV parks,” Meeka said. She explained that RV communities are made up of kind and generous people. The Fellowses came up with the idea of establishing an RV park about two years ago. They hope to include a pool, campground, dog run area and tiny homes. Seven judges heard pitches from the entrepreneurial finalists in the event attended by about 224 people at the Cook Museum of Natural Science. Other entrepreneurs pitched ideas for a social commerce platform, a farm to teach those with special needs to perform tasks like cooking, a […]