Catty Shack opens

The Catty Shack opened for this school year on Wednesday, Oct. 30

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Catty Shack opens

Junior Brooke Collins buys an Arnold Palmer tea in seminar on the opening day of the Catty Shack.

Junior Brooke Collins buys an Arnold Palmer tea in seminar on the opening day of the Catty Shack. "I'm excited that the school store is finally open for the year," Collins said.

By Photo by Annie Crouch

Junior Brooke Collins buys an Arnold Palmer tea in seminar on the opening day of the Catty Shack. "I'm excited that the school store is finally open for the year," Collins said.

By Photo by Annie Crouch

By Photo by Annie Crouch

Junior Brooke Collins buys an Arnold Palmer tea in seminar on the opening day of the Catty Shack. "I'm excited that the school store is finally open for the year," Collins said.

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The Catty Shack opened for the 2013-2014 school year on Wednesday, Oct. 30. The Catty Shack is run by the Advanced Marketing class.  Students can visit the store before school, during lunch, during seminar and after school. Items that can be purchased range from school supplies to spirit wear.

Marketing advisor Dianna Heffernon had positive thoughts on how opening day went.

“It went very well and we sold all our promotional items,” said Heffernon. “We estimated 50 plus customers in 20 minutes.”

Advanced Marketing student Ryan Smith also believes that opening day went well.

“I thought [the first day] went successful,” Smith said. “Our donut promotion went well, and it was overall a successful day.”

Heffernon has several goals to better The Catty Shack this year.

“Goals for this year are to improve customer service, improve school supply sales and turn a profit,” Heffernon said.

With this being the second year the Catty Shack is open, things have changed in order to help it move more smoothly.

“The store is already created this year, which is nice so we don’t have to start from scratch,” Heffernon said. “We have new products this year like new T-shirts and new food items.”

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