The winner of CBC Saskatchewan's Boom Box competition for aboriginal entrepreneurs is Meadow Lake's Jana Ross.

"I'm thinking, 'Wow.' I'm thinking, 'I'm shocked and I'm happy.' And this is just a really great boost that I need for my business," Ross said after getting the news.

On Thursday night, Ross walked away with the $4,000 top prize and loads of advice from business experts after impressing the three judges. This year's judges are entrepreneur Brett Wilson, PotashCorp's Darryl Stann and M├ętis businessman John Lagimodiere.

Ross pitched her clothing line called Bannock Republic.

The idea, she said, is to showcase aboriginal culture and humour in clothing form.

The second-place winner was Brandy-Lee Maxi with her AB-Original Health and Fitness, followed by third place winner, Stephanie Cappo for Steph's cakes.

The competition and the winners will be on CBC television on Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. CST.