Student-created business sells town shirts


Students in the entrepreneurship course have created Fairfield Warde Wearm which will sell T-shirts commemorating the town’s anniversary. Shown, from keft, are (top row) JP Delbene, Dakota Dejordy, Devin Dyer, Nick Minerva, (fourth row) Tom Armas, George Seymour, Rob Tota, Brian Swan, (third row Dylan Reilly, Zavier Espinel, Greg Lombardo, Sean O’Gara, (second row) Sophia Mego, Thomas Palmer, Elizabeth Galluci, Chris Nanai, Annika Kooiman, Cameron McQueen, (first row) Reese Maniscalco and Henry Flores.

The National Junior Achievement Program has given students taking the entrepreneurship class at Fairfield Warde High School an opportunity to experience first-hand what it takes to start a business with the creation of Fairfield Warde Wear.

The course is overseen by business teacher Robin Terwilliger and Junior Achievement advisor Phillip Palmieri, owner of IPS Printing Solutions. The students will sell white, long sleeved T-shirts commemorating the town’s  375th anniversary.

The shirts will be sold for $20 each. They will be white with navy writing  and will be available from size small to extra large. The shirt will feature a custom-made logo on the  chest paired along with the word Fairfield spelled down the sleeve.

The shirts were sold at the Pop-Up Holiday Market at the Fairfield Museum and History Center on Nov. 7.

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