Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) hosted a professional dress yard sale from March 26 through March 30, 2015, in the Atrium of the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology.
PBL had a large array of business attire for sale, including suits for men and women, ties, shoes, jackets, pants, skirts, socks, and jewelry for discounted prices, some for as low as a dollar. Their mission was to help bring decently priced business attire to business
students and community members.
“We know business clothes can be really expensive, so we put on this sale to help people who otherwise couldn’t afford it,” said PBL treasurer Nikki Bush, sophomore psychology major.
The sale items were donated by faculty, community members, the Salvation Army, and St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store.
The money raised went to PBL to help fund their state and national competitions. They also host TED Talks, workshops, and business competitions in Eberly.
Phi Beta Lambda is a business organization that is open to all majors and brings business and education together to create a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Phi Beta Lambda is always looking for new members who are friendly and interested in being an active member. Meetings are held every Wednesday in room 209 in Eberly at 5:00 p.m.
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