By: Lizzie Skaggs
Carson Spear, the new executive director of the Warhawk Air Museum contacted NNU after learning that its American Marketing Association students conducted an Economic Impact Study for the Warhawk Air Museum a few years prior.
Because of AMA’s thorough Economic Impact Study, Carson Spear and his team were granted permission by the Airport Commission and Nampa City Council to begin work on their new Post-9/11 Iraq and Afghanistan hangar.
“NNU’s AMA students enjoyed collaborating with the Warhawk Air Museum for the past few years, preparing its economic impact studies. Students gained valuable knowledge about the museum’s significant contribution to the local economy and how they are educating future generations on the sacrifices of our veterans and their families,” said Konya Weber, Associate Dean of NNU’s College of Business and supervisor of NNU’s AMA chapter.
Carson Spear and his team look forward to working further with NNU’s AMA students in the future.