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Student project aims to help businesses stand out, customers save with ‘Ridgefield Passport’

Ridgefield High School's CAPS program encourages students to pursue interests, connect with local organizations

By , Columbian staff writer
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Ridgefield High School student Keaira Farley, right, hands a stamp to Windy Hills Winery director of events Ashley Miller on Tuesday during a pitch meeting for the students&rsquo; &ldquo;Ridgefield Passport&rdquo; idea at the winery in Ridgefield. The students said the project is not only an opportunity to provide a service for local businesses, but it helps them practice their marketing and business skills.
Ridgefield High School student Keaira Farley, right, hands a stamp to Windy Hills Winery director of events Ashley Miller on Tuesday during a pitch meeting for the students’ “Ridgefield Passport” idea at the winery in Ridgefield. The students said the project is not only an opportunity to provide a service for local businesses, but it helps them practice their marketing and business skills. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

RIDGEFIELD — Ridgefield is one of the fastest growing cities in Washington, according to the most recent available data. The growth has been a blessing and a challenge for local businesses: There are more local customers than ever before, but how do they get their attention?

A group of Ridgefield High School students are working on a project to help local businesses with marketing, all while providing consumers a fun game to learn about their community.

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