Students' passion for St Albans is just the business
A GROUP of proud secondary school pupils have exploited their love for St Albans by creating brand new T-shirts celebrating the city for a business competition. The team of 11 Beaumont School sixth-formers are competing in the Young Enterprise scheme, a w
A GROUP of proud secondary school pupils have exploited their love for St Albans by creating brand new T-shirts celebrating the city for a business competition.
The team of 11 Beaumont School sixth-formers are competing in the Young Enterprise scheme, a worldwide competition whereby groups of 16 and 17-year-olds must start up their own business, create a unique product and make as much profit as possible.
Beaumont team MUNDO - Spanish for 'world' - have decided to turn their pride in St Albans into a product, creating special I Heart ST A T-shirts designed to reflect the I Heart NY t-shirts that are so popular across the world.
Marketing deputy for MUNDO Sophie Boden said it was an exciting product: "Teenagers living in St Albans, such as ourselves, are really into their St Albans-worshipping and these T-shirts are the perfect way to show how much you love the city. The heart is even filled in with the image of the St Albans flag!"
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MUNDO hoped to start selling their T-shirts last Friday, but Sophie said they've suffered their first set-back: "Unfortunately the T-shirt printing company didn't include VAT when they charged us, so we have to raise an extra �40 pronto! At the moment we're trying to persuade the district council to let us raise the funds by holding a sponsored duck race in Verulamium Park."
MUNDO's I Heart ST A T-shirts cost �10 and to pre-order yours or to find out more about the company, visit www.mundo-uk.com
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