JCHS class-turned-company boasts commercial for its product

Regina Roe holds up a pullover sweatshirt to see if it is her size as students sell them in the hallway before the start of class. Next to her are seniors Lorenzo Greene and Hannah Dahl, both students in the Entrepreneurship Class at Nichols Career Center.

Regina Roe holds up a pullover sweatshirt to see if it is her size as students sell them in the hallway before the start of class. Next to her are seniors Lorenzo Greene and Hannah Dahl, both students in the Entrepreneurship Class at Nichols Career Center. Photo by Julie Smith.

A dance-off challenge wasn’t going so well until guys wearing the latest Jays fashions arrived on the scene.

That’s the plot for the first-ever video commercial produced by the Jefferson City High School Entrepreneurship B class, which creates, markets and sells a Jay product during the nine-week course.

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J-Mart Apparel, this third-term class’ company, intends to outsell all predecessors, said president Haley Reed.

Video

Dance off! JC Pullovers

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