Po-Hi DECA students bring home top honors

Beverly Bryant - February 20, 2020 1:49 pm

Pictured in back, from left, Torran Cremers, Ashana Patel, Nicole Caughlin, Lanie Varner, Yessenia Agulair, Vincent Rush, Brenner McDougal, Kalyn Delaney, Alexis Hodges,and Landrie Kinkaid Front row, Evie Larson, Heather Monks, Tate Burdick, Macy Swinehart and, Brynn Sparks.

Ponca City Public Schools DECA students recently brought home top honors from the Oklahoma DECA Career Development Conference in Midwest City.

The conference was held for Oklahoma DECA members from all over the state to compete in all areas of marketing, entrepreneurship and finance. Ponca City student Ashana Patel was voted in as the 2020-2021 DECA State Vice President, and Ponca City DECA brought home the following awards:

DECA Service Award (given to only one chapter in the state)
Ponca City Public Schools DECA

Adviser Impact Award (given to only one adviser in the state)
Heather Monks, Ponca City Public School DECA Adviser

1st Place: Sports and Entertainment Market Research
Kalyn Delaney and Alexis Hodges

1st Place: Financial Literacy Project
Ashana Patel and Evie Larson

1st Place: Buying and Merchandising Operations Research

Brynn Sparks and Landire Kinkaid

1st place: Sales Project

Macy Swinehart, Tate Burdick, Brenner McDougal

1st place: Community Service Project

Lanie Varner, Nicole Caughlin and Torran Cremers

Top 8 Finalist Integrated Marketing Campaign

Vincent Rush and Yessenia Agular

Top 8 Finalist Individual Role Play Series
Brenner McDougal, Kalyn Delaney, Lanie Varner, Macy Swinehart, Nicole Caughlin and Torran Cremers.







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