Store field trips blur lines between schools and businesses

05/25/2004 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

A growing number of stores are offering cash-strapped schools free retail field trips. While corporations say the excursions show children real-life applications of problem-solving skills in the work place, critics complain the trips are clever ploys aimed at creating brand loyalty in the next generation of consumers.

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