Taking Learning to New Heights:

Johnny Rowlands provides real-life learning for MNU Students

MNU marketing and graphic design students with Johnny Rowlands (middle in black cap) at KC Copter at the Johnson County Executive Airport.  MNU photo

MNU marketing and graphic design students with Johnny Rowlands (middle in black cap) at KC Copter at the Johnson County Executive Airport. MNU photo

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For MNU marketing and graphic design students, learning is all about real-life projects. This semester, students in promotion management and corporate identity classes are teaming up to create an integrated marketing campaign for real-life client, KC Copters.

KC Copters, a full-service helicopter company, offers flight training, tours, and aerial video/photography. The company, founded in April 2011 by Johnny Rowlands, chief pilot of local ABC affiliate KMBC TV 9’s NewsChopper 9, has enlisted the help of MNU students to create a marketing campaign. Continue reading

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