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PFEW Students Make Final Product Presentations


A timekeeping teammate lends a hand to his colleagues Team members enact a television commercial for their Executive-brand cellphone An imaginary company manufacturing the Wolfpak backpack for high school students offers its marketing plan Complete with props and humor, the Sparq cellphone corporation presents its ad campaign Students spending Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week on campus delivered their closing presentations Friday, pitching their fictitious companies’ products to a panel of judges in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium. More than 300 high school students attended the PFEW session, hearing from a variety of business and industry representatives, as well as touring campus, making friends and having a fair amount of fun in the process.

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