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(Left to right, back row) Lexi Wagner, Brooke Hosler, Mackenzie Wagner, Paula Hoffman, and Lewistown Printworks Owners Caleb and Michelle Fetters (Front row) Madalyn Cisney and Danika Hassett

South Hills Community News Release

LEWISTOWN — As part of their Management class, first-year Business Administration–Management & Marketing (BAMM) students at South Hills School of Business & Technology’s Lewistown Campus recently visited Lewistown Printworks. The company offers printing services ranging from banners and signs to business cards and forms.

Michelle and Caleb Fetter, owners of Lewistown Printworks, shared their personal backgrounds and an overview of how the business got started and has grown through the years. Several of the BAMM students have goals of starting their own businesses after graduation, and this tour gave them the opportunity to ask actual small business owners a wide array of questions that may not be found in a textbook.

Emily Wible, BAMM Instructor, said, “These students had the opportunity to see first-hand how a small business can succeed in our small hometown.”

Students were also given a behind-the-scenes look at the printing facility and learned about some of the equipment used in the production process. Michelle created a Choose Optimism design and gave them all a chance to print the graphic onto their own canvas bags.



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