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A t-shirt business started by RGS sixth formers is heading to the regional Young Enterprise finals in June, the final stages of a competition measuring adeptness at building a business. Crazybug Clothing, started by eight lower sixth pupils, is one of four going concerns chosen from 16 competing schools in the local area.

At the regional finals only one business will be selected to go to the national finals, held in London. Crazybug remain hopeful after receiving positive feedback from judges in the early stages of the competition, but are keenly aware that their biggest competition comes from just down the road at Westfield School, where around 25 pupils are running a rival t-shirt company.

Crazybug fever has spread through the RGS and has been particularly popular on school trips where special designs were ordered. The business also created a buzz in the Metrocentre where they sold 116 T-shirts to the public at the Young Enterprise fair. This was the largest number of sales of the day and Crazybug were awarded ‘’best trade stall’’ and ‘’best trade and marketing.’’

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