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WEHS students start business

by | Oct 26, 2016 | Education

Three classmates from Wylie East High School, from left, Myrick Navejar, Parker Marshall and Everett Janway, show off their original design in the Prep Tide line of clothing they created.

Three classmates from Wylie East High School, from left, Myrick Navejar, Parker Marshall and Everett Janway, show off their original design in the Prep Tide line of clothing they created.

 

By Joe Reavis

Staff Writer

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Taking a cue from their business classes, three Wylie East High School students pooled money they earned at after-school jobs to start their own company.

Prep Tide is a new line of high end T-shirts designed and marketed by senior students Myrick Navejar and Everett Janway, and junior student Parker Marshall. The startup sold out of its first supply of 50 shirts in two days and the students are working on a new design and order.

For the full story see the Oct. 26 issue and the e-Edition at https://www.etypeservices.com/Wylie%20NewsID245/default.aspx

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