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Senior Chris McKneely loves his internship with Lightning Wear Apparel, a Kensington, Maryland-based company that manufactures custom uniforms and apparel for all sports, including lacrosse, football, basketball, baseball, soccer, track and field, tennis, golf, field hockey, intramural teams, fraternity and sorority sports, club teams and youth sports. With customers around the world, Lightning Wear Apparel is particularly proud of its high-quality and unique dye sublimation process, and Chris has been involved in every aspect of design and production. He has also developed strong customer service skills during his time at the company under the supervision of company president Dan Walsh.
Senior Nick Schafer (in the photo on the right) has been working as a marketing intern at Brick Bodies under the mentorship of Josh Gerber, vice president of marketing. The company includes a chain of coed and women-only health clubs located in the Baltimore, Maryland area, with its corporate offices in Timonium, Maryland, and with plans to expand in the central Maryland region with more than a dozen clubs planned to open in the next three to five years. Nick's work has been in areas of public relations, market research and customer service.

Many first-year residents joined their Faculty in the Halls mentors Laurel Moody, Chip Rouse, and Leeanne Bell McManus on April 1 for a visit to Light City Baltimore in the Inner Harbor. This extravaganza of light and sound drew crowds to the harbor, and the Stevenson visitors were met by several Business Communication majors who escorted the first-year students on a tour through the show. The entire evening was made possible through the efforts of Stevenson's Office of Public Affairs and Strategy and the organization of Sharon Markley, the VP of that office. Despite the stormy weather, all agreed that the night was spectacular, and the gift of the neon t-shirts made the trip that much brighter!

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