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Pictured from left are Artesia High School BPA advisor LaVerne Obenhaus and BPA leaders Cassandra Alferez, Cecilia Olivas, Graham Burnside, Amanda Levrie, Yesina Valles and Savannah Young.   Grace Miller – Daily Press

Pictured from left are Artesia High School BPA advisor LaVerne Obenhaus and BPA leaders Cassandra Alferez, Cecilia Olivas, Graham Burnside, Amanda Levrie, Yesina Valles and Savannah Young. Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Business Professionals of America (BPA) students are conducting a fundraiser with PVT as a joint marketing effort that will result in funds being donated to support the Artesia High School organization’s events and endeavors.
Tabitha Davis, PVT internet services manager, Athena Valdez, sales and market process manager, and Terry Mullins, vice president of sales and marketing, presented the project to the BPA students last week at AHS. BPA students are going door-to-door to pass out 500 strategic marketing pieces within the community. For each door hanger put out in the community, PVT will donate 50 cents to BPA. Additionally, for each home security site visit done as a follow up, PVT will offer an automatic $5 donation for the BPA cause. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.