Dunn County Apprentices to Showcase Their Talent

Bailey Berg

When people think of The Apprentice, generally they think of the primetime show, but thanks to Dunn County’s entrepreneurial program students have the opportunity to experience operating a business without getting “Trumped.” Since January, two dozen teams have been working together to develop business proposals, given real world challenges submitted by participating Dunn county-based businesses. These last few months, the teams have been marketing Lammers’ Food Fest bratwurst, promoting wellness for the Red Cedar Medical Center, creating a website for B&J Auto Trim, and working to boost profits at Mane Street Salon, Spa and Coffee Shop.  Now it’s time to put their work to the test. In the Team Showcase event on April 29 at Stout Ale House, the seven advancing student teams will present their project proposals to a panel of judges and duke it out to see who’s “hired” or “fired.”

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