MELBOURNE, FLA.—At Florida Institute of Technology, Professor Andrew Cudmore’s marketing class has turned animal activist with its latest project. The students will bring to campus South Animal Care and Adoption Center representatives with adoptable pooches in tow on April 9, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will be in Panther Plaza, in the heart of campus.
Adoption center representatives and students will be available to talk about the center, raise awareness about unwanted pets and encourage more people to become volunteers at the center. The students also have set a goal to raise $300 for the center.
Why did the students choose this project?
“Most of the people in the class are dog lovers. And most live on campus, where they can’t keep a dog. They just miss the dogs they left at home,” said Keven Lohr, marketing class member and business administration major.
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