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South Hills Students Get a First-Hand Look Into the World of Retailing

BAMM students are shown here on an academic field trip to Love It Upcycle Boutique. Back Row, l–r: Tim Fomichev, Elizabeth Pewo, Bryant Moses, Eleanor Martin – Instructor, Dmitry Wall, Monica Ogden, Deb Love – Owner of Love It Upcycle Boutique, Chelsea Lawler – Love It Employee. Front Row, l–r: Tess Bechdel, Jordan Causer, Jade Stasko

South Hills Community News Release

STATE COLLEGE — South Hills School of Business & Technology's second-year Business Administration—Management & Marketing (BAMM) students are required to take Retailing class, which highlights the many aspects of running a retail business. The course covers important managerial duties such as inventory control, pricing/buying, store operations, advertising, and more. As part of an ongoing series of speaker presentations and academic field trips for the Retailing class, Instructor Eleanor Martin has given the BAMM students several opportunities to gain insight into the world of retailing directly from owners, managers, and other professionals from several companies, including large corporations like Wegmans and Trader Joe’s as well as small, local businesses like The Animal Kingdom, Love It Upcycle Boutique, and Café Lemont.

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