Hi-Point grad shares success story (Audio included)
3/29/2013 9:59:04 AM
By Nate Dunham
A former West Liberty resident has seen success in just a few years after graduating from high school.
Shelby Elliott (pictured), 20, attended West Liberty-Salem and graduated from Ohio Hi-Point Career Center in 2011.
While in high school, Shelby worked for Royer Reality and was an Intern with the Communications Coordinator at Hi-Point.
Shelby credits here experience at Hi-Point for helping her with her success.
Currently, Shelby lives in Columbus and is the Communications Coordinator for Sloane Men, a men’s fashion wear company.
The company is only a couple of years old and has a product called "The Invisible Undershirt." The product can be worn in the place of a traditional undershirt. More on the product at: www.sloanemen.com.
The company will be starting a campaign on kickstarter.com on April 12th. The campaign gives people the opportunity to pledge money to the company and those who pledge will receive "The Invisible Shirt." Sloane Men’s goal is to raise $22,000 that will go towards supplying the company’s inventory.