COLLEGE STUDENTS SELL PRODUCE TO PAY FOR SCHOOL PDF Print
Tuesday, 06 August 2013 12:26

With college tuition costs rising each year, many students find themselves working extra jobs to avoid taking out loans. Glasgow natives Thomas Lyle and Jake Mansfield both 19 have taken a different route.

They started KRAM- Kentucky Roadside Agricultural markets- a business focused on growing and selling local produce. News intern JR Mahung with the full story:


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