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Students display product prowess at PDC ‘trade show’


Danielle M. Johnson, of Garnet Valley
Danielle M. Johnson, of Garnet Valley
Rebecca E. High, of Willow Street
Rebecca E. High, of Willow Street
Grace A. Reese, of Port Matilda
Grace A. Reese, of Port Matilda
Alaina L. Lapenta, of Lemoyne
Alaina L. Lapenta, of Lemoyne

As a final project for the eight-week Bakery Operations and Product Development course, students set up a trade show in the Thompson Professional Development Center on Oct. 5. As part of the course, baking and pastry arts students develop a product line or business concept and put their marketing lessons to work by developing and staffing a display that includes product packaging, menus or price lists, business cards and other marketing materials.
Photos by Sue A. Kelley, dean of business, arts and sciences 

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