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Students from the department of Hospitality Tourism Management, volunteered for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon checking in gear and offering guidance and directions to VIP and “Elite” runners. It was a full day’s effort. They were positioned right on the finish line and got to experience the excitement of one of the world’s largest sporting events of its kind. Two of our students also work for Chicago Events Management the logistics company that manages the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, the Shamrock Shuffle, and other events.

Student participates: Erin Connell, Jaclyn Musick, Kyle Samp, Melinda Hajroja, Veronica Ruiz, Alekasander Spreco, Jacqulyn Marmolejo, and Taziah Geralds

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