Preble H.S. video promotes fundraising for breast cancer awareness
Maybe because Sunday’s Packers game at Lambeau Field included so much in-stadium promotion for the cause… maybe because Preble High is alma mater for so many children of UW-Green Bay employees… maybe because a UWGB graduate helped start the Sting Cancer chapter there… maybe because Jake Landrum (son of UW-Green Bay’s John and Linda Peacock-Landrum) is one of the students leading the effort, and featured in the video, we include a link to the following:
Preble High School DECA is competing in a Breast Cancer Research Video. The video is called “Lights, Camera, Cancer.” Over the course of several class periods, a marketing co-op class designed, filmed, and produced a four-minute video: The Preble Chapter is competing against other DECA chapters that made videos. The video with the most YouTube hits by Oct. 31 receives $250; at Preble, the money would go to the Sting Cancer chapter. See the Preble student video.