DECA students win awards

Ponca City Now - February 12, 2015 10:34 am

Members of the Ponca City Public School DECA chapter took top honors at the state DECA Career Development Conference in Tulsa this week.

In addition to the student awards listed below, the Ponca City DECA Chapter also received State DECA Chapter of the Month and the National DECA Chapter Thrive Award, which was awarded to only two chapters in the state of Oklahoma. The winners will compete at the International DECA Conference in Orlando in April.

Student Awards
Michaela Swinehart/Katlyn Rogers – 1st Place Entrepreneurship Promotion

Aubrey Cotham/Morgan Hand – 1st Place Financial Literacy Promotion

Courtney Guinn/Sydney Tyndall/Taylor Woodward – 1st Place Learn and Earn

Travis Nichols/Sadie Hainzinger – 1st Place Public Relations Project

Cerena Chaney/Julia Hiatt – Finalist Sports Marketing Team

Ally Leist/Ash Patel – Finalist Hospitality and Tourism Operations

Jordan Childs/Bailey Rochelle/Andrew Neisen – Finalist Hospitality and Tourism Operations

Brad Robinson/Josh Spieres/Kevin Caughlin – Finalist Community Service

Karly Fisher – Finalist Principles of Marketing

Adam Nicholas/Michael Mongold – 2nd Place Sports Marketing Operations

Ana Subarianiam/Blair Didlake – 3rd place Travel and Tourism Team

DECA is an international organization that, through instruction and competition at the high school and collegiate levels, prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.


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