Hoodies are a business hit
YOUNG entrepreneurs have raised more than £200 by selling dozens of hoodies and other personalised items.
Four pupils from The Cooperative Academy At Brownhills, in Tunstall, have been working on the business venture, which they have dubbed iDENTITY.
They specialise in bespoke clothing, including hoodies, T-shirts and polo shirt, with goods sold on to relatives, friends and the local community.
It has included producing 17 bright pink Barbie hoodies, destined for a hen night in Blackpool, and also clothing for local anti-racism group Norscarf. Their profits will be split between several charities, including the Douglas Macmillan Hospice, in Blurton.
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The business tycoons showed off their work at the regional finals of a Young Enterprise competition, held last week at Alton Towers.