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Students to Present Pastry Products in Simulated Trade Show

Prepping for a 'trade show'The fruition of a full semester’s project by 11 students in Chef Monica J. Lanczak’s Advanced Patisserie Operations class a baking and pastry “trade show” will be held Friday morning in Room B129 of the Hager Lifelong Education Center. The students created a fictitious business, complete with job descriptions for their employees, performance evaluations, orientation and job-training plans, motivational and problem-solving techniques, costing and pricing, and marketing and merchandising materials to promote their pastry product. From 8:15-9:15 a.m., they will display their products and materials (fliers, business cards, etc.), as well as serve samples.

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