Biz Venture Day students work Red Square for customers on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. Students in Professor Matt Luth's classes created businesses and had to sell their wares hoping to make a profit or at least break even. Profits went to charities, not to mention earning a better grade. (Photos by John Froschauer).
Working Red Square.
Amy Wooten '15, urges a passing student to buy a "Lutestrong" bracelet.
Using puppies and kittens for Lutestrong bracelets. And it worked!
Mike Arguello '16, vies for customers.
Victoria Evaristo '15, hawking pies while passing Dylan Huber '16, doing the same with doughnuts.
Anneli Lund '13, tries to sell School of Business Dean Jim Brock a "Lutestrong" bracelet.
Jacob Brock '14, with a catchy sign for the stickers his group was selling.
Susanna Chaudhry '16, urges a passer-by to donate and have a free doughnut.
Smiling at customers. That does help make a sale!
Alishia Wilson '16, calls out while selling "Lutes 4 Life" bracelets.
Lutes 4 Life bracelets.
Erin Ellersick '15, and Kristian Jore '15 high five over their success.
Lei Shan '16, buys a dozen doughnuts from Christy Onufer '14.
Some of the goodies for sale.
Qi Luo '16, testing the products.
Selection of the business wares.
Andre Tacuyan shoots a photo for his group's photo business.
Anyone entering Anderson University Center Friday morning was greeted by students selling their business goods.