Recently, Business Education Teacher Kristie Anderson and seventeen Marketing and FBLA students were invited to Knoebels Amusement Park to take part in a  commercial shoot for the Flying Turns wooden bobsled roller coaster.  In addition to being featured in the commercial, the students were able to learn more about marketing and video production.  The commercial will be shown on television, the internet and during "pre-roll ads" shown before launching a YouTube video.  "The students had a great time and learned a lot as well," stated Mrs. Anderson. "It was great for them to see how what they learn in the classroom, is applied to the real world."  According to Mrs. Anderson, the students were also able to see what types of career opportunities are available in our area. She plans to provide more opportunities like this in the future. To read more about the field trip, as reported by local media, click on the following links:
 
 

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