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TWO BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS LAUNCH COLLEGE STEM APP-THE "FRESH" APP

February 7, 2018

KENT, OH- February 7, 2018 - On March 16th, 2018, the hottest new college app “Fresh” will be available to download. The app will offer two services: student services and buy/sell/trade. Some of the student services include students who do hair, nails, makeup, photography, tailoring etc. Students would have the opportunity to service other students on campus if they didn’t have transportation to go off campus or money for a professional. The buy/sell/trade feature is good for students who have old textbooks, clothes, electronics etc. they want to make money from or purchase.  

 

“We are very excited to release our own app.” said Tiffany Coleman, Co-Founder of Fresh. “We know what it is like to have the constant battle of trying to make money and go to school, so we thought why not make this easier on students and way more fun.”

 

The app is ground-breaking in that it promotes professionalism, creativity and collaboration among all students on college campuses. Kent State students Asia Frazier and Tiffany Coleman want to bring back face-to-face communication. Being in the digital age has lessened the importance of interacting with others and fostering meaningful relationships.