College Shuttle Teams Up With Salisbury’s AMA

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College Shuttle Teams Up With Salisbury’s AMA

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It was a great day on Salisbury’s campus from the beginning to the end. It started at 10 am in the Perdue School of Business. We had the opportunity to sit in the Atrium all day and meet the business students as they made their way to classes and headed out from class. We have come to find that one of the main reasons why the Salisbury students excel so much in business has to be due to the resources they have on campus. The Perdue School of Business building has to be one of the best learning facilities that I have ever had the chance of visiting. The building looks like a corporate building, from the classrooms to the small cafe in the lobby.

We’ve had the opportunity to team up with Salisbury’s American Marketing Association (AMA). They have really been able to showcase their skills and what they have been learning in the classrooms while teaming with us and applying their marketing expertise to the student body. We are really impressed with the work that they have been doing and the campaigns that they have launched which has made a huge difference with the awareness of our services on campus. While in the Atrium, I had the opportunity to meet and discuss business with each member of the organization and toss them a cool t-shirt that we had made to let everyone know that we are building a great relationship and having fun doing it.

The day didn’t end in the Atrium, after we handled business it was time for some fun. We ordered a few pizzas, graded the D.J’s from Salisbury’s own WXSU radio station and headed to the Red Square on campus to have some fun. Students lined up while passing through the Red Square to grab a slice of free pizza and get some information about the American Marketing Association and the services of College Shuttle.

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