A trio of seniors at South Atlanta High School (left to right) Antwon Brown, Raylene Magby, and Jayden Favors, show off their new clothes. Credit: Photo by Donnell Suggs/The Atlanta Voice

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By Donnell Suggs

The Witherite Law Group, 1-800-TruckWreck, and Walmart, Inc. partnered on a pop-up shop inside South Atlanta High School, an Atlanta Public School on Hutchens Road, to help graduating seniors better prepare for what’s to come and what they can become.

Thirty-nine seniors made their way into the Innovation Lab on the third floor of the school to pick up his clothes for future job interviews, internships, meetings with college professors and whatever else is waiting for them professionally after high school.

Young men received two pairs of slacks, and two shirts, while young ladies received dresses, skirts or slacks and blouses. All 39 seniors were given $100 gift cards by a Walmart representative, Shante Phillips, who was on hand as part of the retail giant’s efforts to give back to the communities in Atlanta and surrounding areas.

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