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Greer HS Virtual Enterprise Class gets top finish in the country, Hannon and Henderson win Gold in Salesmanship

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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The Greer High School Virtual Enterprise team finished 28th in the competition at New York City.
 

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The Greer High School Virtual Enterprise team finished 28th in the competition at New York City.

 

The Greer High School Virtual Enterprise Class finished in a top group of 28 in the Business Plan Competition at the 2017 Virtual Enterprise Youth Business Summit in New York City.

Greer was among 400 schools from 16 states to compete at the competition.

Bakersfield (Calif.) High School won overall first place with the top six teams comprised of California and New York High Schools. The next 10 places were ranked 7-16 and Greer was in the next group of 28 teams, ranked alphabetically, designated as top 28 teams.

The company, “Repurpose” won first place in the South Carolina State Business Plan Competition for the second straight year. “Repurpose” is a company that recycles old wood into furniture for college dorm rooms, lofts and college apartments.

Senior Noah Hannon and junior Brady Henderson won a Gold Level Award, the highest honor, in the Salesmanship Competition where they were asked to give their best sales pitch.

Brad Redd is the Greer High School Virtual Enterprise Coordinator.

Team members:

Seniors

Cassey Freeman

Noah Hannon

Houston Osborne

Chris Quinn

Kristin Thomas

Juniors

Carley Blackwell

Laura Brown

Emma Durfee

Brady Henderson

Chris Quinn

 

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