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Taking Care of Business

A showpiece by Brittany L. Mink, of Allentown
A showpiece by Brittany L. Mink, of Allentown
Students describe their products and serve up samples in the Hager Lifelong Education Center lobby.
Students describe their products and serve up samples in the Hager Lifelong Education Center lobby.
A tasty lineup in the Keystone Dining Room
A tasty lineup in the Keystone Dining Room
Jeffrey L. Bretz, of Quakertown, and Courtney K. Brown, of Hanover, show off their business concepts: The Back Door Bakery (“the one and only boozy bakery in Washington, D.C.”), and Two Hands, Two Cookies bakery.
Jeffrey L. Bretz, of Quakertown, and Courtney K. Brown, of Hanover, show off their business concepts: The Back Door Bakery (“the one and only boozy bakery in Washington, D.C.”), and Two Hands, Two Cookies bakery.

Students in the Advanced Baking and Pastry Operations course set up shop in the Keystone Dining Room on Wednesday, where they hosted “trade show” booths to show off skills in product development, marketing and merchandising. As part of the project, each student develops a new product, determines human resources and facilities requirements, and develops marketing materials – from menus to business cards – and packaging. At the Trade Show, they provided free samples for the college community.
Photos by Michael Richards, web developer

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