Welcome to the website of I Be Baggin', a nonprofit company created for our IBE class. What does this mean? Who do we send our profits to if we don't keep them ourselves? And what's this you've heard about a bowling extravaganza? Surf our site to find out. Want to support us by buying a product? No problem--check out our products page and shopping cart.
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WE SOLD OUT!!!!!!
We had our check handoff May 3rd in the Union. Go to the Handoff Photo Gallery to check out what happened.
Come to the baseball game Friday--We'll have a table by the Alumni. 3:30 to 8:30.
We just had one awesome service project that proved that
service projects don't have to be boring!
Check out pictures in our newest photo gallery.
Still Looking for a bag? We have our last table in the Ward Edwards Atrium Thursday, April 13, 2006 (That's tomorrow!). After that, you'll have to rely on phone numbers (check our contact information) or the shopping cart.
We have our bags! If you haven't noticed from the abundance of flyers around campus, we're selling, and we want to give you the chance to buy from us.
As you might notice from the calendar, our time is limited. Why? Because we are a college class doing this in one semester.
IBE combines three business classes into a three hour block, plus a one hour company meeting at the end. We take what we learn from class and apply it throughout the semester to create a product, market it, and earn a profit (which we donate to a charity).
Learn more about the IBE program by visiting the IBE Website.
Our mission is to provide a quality product that is beneficial, unique in design, and targeted to affiliates of ucmo. Our objectives are to learn and apply business knowledge through an Integrated Business Experience. To these goals, we dedicate ourselves and measure our success.
All Profit and Donations will be given to the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
There are many different types of neuromuscular diseases, including NINE types of Muscular Dystrophy. These diseases weaken muscles, including the heart. People with Muscular Dystrophy are often too weak to walk on their own and must use braces, wheelchairs, etc.
MDA not only gathers donations to supply families of Muscular Dystrophy patients with the needed equipment, but also to fund research to discover the causes of, and treatment or cures for, neuromuscular diseases. And every year, each district has a summer camp for the children with muscular dystrophy.