Students take over bus ad sales at Tenn. district

Posted on December 15, 2011

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — Two Hendersonville High School marketing students are leading Sumner County Schools' bus advertising program this year, the Gallatin News Examiner reports.

Seniors Mason Kalada and Nathan Dearman have been making sales calls and presentations to businesses about the benefits of advertising on school buses.

The program, which is supervised by their teachers and DECA Club sponsors Christy Brown and Lisa Baugh, has raised nearly $25,000 since September. All of the money from ads sold by the students will go toward enhancing classroom technology.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Rick Burr

     | about 6 years ago

    Bus ads hurt people and the economy. City buses that have ads on them are victims of vandalism. This cost money! Buses with ads on them distract drivers on the road. This hurts people and kills people. Our jobs in transportation is to keep the passengers safe. Ads are not the solution!

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