Students from area schools presented city officials with their solutions to Bowling Green problems.
The Student Solutions Program asked students from all five public high schools in Bowling Green and Warren County to create a video marketing plan for the city to draw in visitors. The city says they will actually use any viable solutions the students create.
"It made me feel like an exceptional student that people would trust my work to show that people who are coming into Bowling Green. It makes me feel really special that I'm a student that excels and is creative enough to be put in a project like this," said South Warren High School Senior Lilly Harris.
The program is a way for students to become involved in local government and help solve real problems. The city will decide in the coming weeks if any of the student solutions can be used in marketing.
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