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Family produce stand grows to
four Sarasota area supermarkets

As published in The Marketplace Magazine Nov-Dec. 2018

By JB MillerDetwilers who work in the store minus EmilyNine members of the Detwiler family work in the supermarket. Eight are pictured here.

PALMETTO, FL — Anticipating the opening of the newest Detwiler’s Farm Market in July, the Detwiler family wondered, “Will anyone come?”

There was no need to worry. Cars jammed the parking lot and nearly 5,000 shoppers visited that first day. With the opening of their fourth store, Detwiler’s is on its way to meet a company goal of serving nearly three million customers over the next year.

Goshen College students run a coffee shop for course credit

As published in The Marketplace Magazine Nov-Dec. 201818 JavaJunction sophomore Melissa MaMelissa Ma pours a drink for a Java Junction customer

GOSHEN, IND — Michelle Horning likes to see students apply their business studies to the real world of business.

So much so that she has students operate a coffee shop on the Goshen College campus, for course credit, in a class called Java Junction management.

“Reading a book about business is completely different than running a business,” says Horning, who is an accounting professor and chair of Goshen College’s business department.

University student wins MEDA 5K pitch competition with system to help visually impaired people

Hilary thank you for MEDAx winAs Published in The Marketplace Jan-Feb 2019

Hillary Scanlon doesn’t want vision loss to prevent people from sustainably disposing their waste.

Scanlon, a 23-year-old Wilfrid Laurier University student, has a personal stake in the issue.