The White County CEO Program will hold their Trade Show on April 29, 2019 from 5-7pm at Rice Motor Company, located at 1306 W. Main Street in Carmi.
Eleven students have participated in the class this year, learning how to run their own business through a variety of business visits, guests speakers and working together on a class business, which was held in February. The program culminates with the Trade Show as each student showcases their individual business.
The following students will be in attendance: Laney Cawthron- Cawthron’s Creation’s, offering personalized decals and designs for cups and shirts; Gaetano DiMaggio- Gae Sticks, offering breadsticks made from his personal recipe and available at DiMaggio’s Pizza; Dakota Fleck- River: Reinventing Resin, featuring handmade epoxy resin wood jewelry and furniture; Alissa Hampton- Personalize Designs by Alissa, offering custom designs and portraits as well as her own art. Tyler Hoskins- Utterly Delicious, offering homemade ice cream; Laura Martin- String It Up, a string art business; Courtney McKay- Coco’s Candles Relax with Wax, making and selling candles, wax melts and gift baskets; Kristina Richards- Ragamuffin Designs, offering traditional tote bags and book clutches; Claire Shepard- Bombs Away, featuring homemade bath bombs; Bailey Sutton- Baylee’s Fresh Bites, offering healthy snacks for people on the go; Becca Westbrook- Culture Shock, featuring essential oil products inspired by various cultures.
The White County CEO Program is funded entirely by business investors. For more information on the program, please visit www.whitecountyceo.com.