Sentinel breaks DECA chapter, state records at event

2010-02-22T03:15:00Z Sentinel breaks DECA chapter, state records at eventBy the Missoulian missoulian.com
February 22, 2010 3:15 am  • 

Ninety members of the Sentinel High School DECA chapter recently returned from the Montana DECA Career Development Conference in Helena, where several hundred students from across the state competed in a variety of competency-based competitive events in specific marketing and management occupations.

This year, 35 Sentinel students qualified for the International DECA Career Development Conference, with three additional members advancing in first round drops, by placing either first or second in their respective events. Ten of these members qualified in more than one event (three of whom qualified in three events), and four of Montana's top ten Marketing/Management Exam scores were earned by Sentinel members.

For the third consecutive year, Sentinel DECA broke chapter records and state records for both the number of members attending the state CDC and the number of members from any Montana school to qualify for the ICDC. This is the fourth consecutive year that Sentinel DECA has been recognized as a Gold-Level Chapter by DECA Inc.

Sentinel students who placed include:

• Brian Applegate, first place, Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making.

• Megan Beach, first place, Accounting Applications, first place, Advertising Campaign; second place, Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making.

• Logan Block, first place, Entrepreneurship Participating Event (Franchise).

• Chase Bjornson, second place, Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan.

• Madison Brambo, first place, Internet Marketing Business Plan.

• Emily Breckenridge, first place, Advertising Campaign

• Kalie Browne, first place, DECA Quiz Bowl; third place, Quick Service Restaurant Management (advanced to second).

• John Callahan, advanced to second place, Technical Sales Event and Top Ten Exam Score.

• Dylan Cole, first place, Hospitality Services Team Decision Making; third place, Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making and Top Ten Exam Score.

• Jeni Comstock, advanced to first place, Retail Merchandising.

• Jo Costello, second place, Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan.

• Evan Flink, first place, Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making.

• Cody Gordon, first place, Entrepreneurship Written Event.

• Wyndham Graham, first place, Food Marketing; third place, Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making.

• Josh Hamilton, first place, Business Services Marketing; first place, Financial Services Team Decision Making; first place DECA Quiz Bowl and Top Ten Exam Score.

• Josh Harper, second place, Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making; second place, Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making.

• Erik Hartman, first place, Advertising Campaign.

• Heather Krebsbach, second place, Hospitality Services Team Decision Making; second place, Advertising Campaign.

• Collin LaPorte, first place, Principles of Finance.

• Richard LeCoultre, second place, Accounting Applications; third place, Financial Services Team Decision Making.

• Gwen Lockman, second place, Sports and Entertainment Marketing.

• Nic Marron, second place, Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making; third place, Principles of Finance.

• Justyne McGowan, first place, Internet Marketing Business Plan; third place, Business Services Marketing.

• Jeff Meier, second place, Automotive Services Marketing.

• Andy Mikkola, first place, Principles of Marketing.

• Josh Mueller, second place, Quick Serve Restaurant Management; second place, Hospitality Services Team Decision Making; second place, Advertising Campaign.

• Nicole Muskett, first place, Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research; second place, Marketing Management.

• Josilyn Olson, first place, Entrepreneurship Written Event; second place, Retail Merchandising;

• Mackenzie Ottman, first place, Apparel and Accessories Marketing; first place, Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research.

• Chi Pham, second place, Restaurant and Food Service Management.

• Alix Raup, first place, Principles of Hospitality and Tourism.

• Ian Ray, first place, Restaurant and Food Service Management; third place, Entrepreneurship Written Event.

• Josh Reed, first place, DECA Quiz Bowl; second place, Advertising Campaign.

• Evan Reely, first place, Hospitality Services Team Decision Making.

• Samantha Riordan, first place, Retail Merchandising; first place, Internet Marketing Business Plan.

• Jake Sanders, second place, Business Services Marketing and Top Ten Exam Score.

• Carl Stringer, first place, Financial Services Team Decision Making; first place, DECA Quiz Bowl.

• CJ Wulf, advanced to second place, Business Services Marketing.

 

 

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