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Green City Farm sale date 14.5.2022 - Perho School of Business Administration

Green City Farm Sale Date

On May 14.5.2022, XNUMX, the students of Perho Business School organized a popup sale day for Green City Farm as part of a course in running a business. Among other things, the event sold seedlings grown by Green City Farm on the Malmi campus and responsible products made by the students themselves. The chefs made local food for sale and the intention was to organize a lottery. We joined in to support the event by donating lottery winnings, kbecause this event went with responsibility and domesticity above, and they fit perfectly with our values. Proceeds from the lottery were donatedLonginojanprotection.

Green City sale date

Terhi Hautala, a student at the Perho School of Business Administration, was involved in organizing the lottery and tells about the sale date of Green City Farm:

"The day started at eight o'clock in the morning from the main door of the school.

There had been wanho dances the night before and the floor had been covered in confetti.

We got around nine o'clock to prepare for our outlet. Shortly before ten, the most enthusiastic customers were already present.

After all, we did not escape the problems because our lottery fell into the pyramid of permission. So we had to think of another solution. In the end, we ended up with fixed-price surprise bags made of old Aku Ducks. I put the product in the bags, as well as information about the company and their responsibility.

Green City sale day lottery

The day was sunny and there were enough people. This was also reflected in the sales and all the products were sold out in just over an hour. People were interested in bags and so I got to talk about responsibility and domesticity. There was also a slideshow on the tablet where I told about the attempts. We raised € 234 to protect Longinoja.

Green city sale day hodari and left

Once our own affairs were taken care of, we were able to help other students with their products. Our students had made ice cream and beer. Kaski ice cream was made from birch sap and softwood extract. Sauma beer was also inspired by Longinoja and its visiting stars Mandarin Duck and Toni-Sauko. The attraction of the sales day was the sale of seedlings by Green City Farm. The butterfly's food truck served stunning hodars. There was also a beekeeper, as well as tasty honey products. Everyone was in a good mood and the atmosphere was relaxed. All in all, a really successful day and I look forward to the event next year as a customer. "

Thank you Perho School of Business and students for raising people's awareness of responsibility and domesticity!


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