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Slogan contest gives Crockett students opportunity to market their creativity

An estimated 75 students at David Crockett High School recently took part in a contest to come up with a marketing slogan for Four Oaks Health Care Center in Jonesborough. The contest, hosted by the nursing home, asked students to submit slogans that would appropriately describe the work of the facility.
Students in Chuck Hale’s marketing class and Amy Collette’s business technology classes submitted their slogans, with some of the kids even handing in more than one entry.
Senior Ashley Jones, a senior in Hale’s marketing class, took home first place for her slogan, “Love from Our Hearts, Care from Our Hands.”
Four Oaks officials said the slogan described the facility “perfectly” but said several other slogans also were worthy of recognition.
Junior marketing student Ashley Yates won second place with her slogan, “Compassion from Our Family to Yours,” while third place went to Cade Rader, a freshman computer applications student. Rader’s slogan was “Loving Care for a Better Tomorrow.”