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Career/Technology DECA students amass awards

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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

All nine Cape Career and Technology Center students who competed at the recent DECA District Conference at Southeast Missouri State University earned trophies, and four qualified for State Competition at Lake Ozark next month. Pictured above, front row, left and center: Ron Martin and Devin Rowlett captured Third Place-- Buying and Merchandising Decision Making Event. Deana Biester, right, earned Second Place-- Business Services Marketing (qualified for State). Middle row: Myles Edwards and Zach Boerboom won Third Place-- Travel and Tourism Marketing Team Decision Making Event; Ryan Watts earned First Place-- Leadership Delegate (qualified for State), and Caleb Yeargain garnered Third Place-- Hotel and Lodging Management. Back row: David Watts and Will Anderson took Second Place-- Sports and Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making Event (qualified for State). DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. Michael Baremore is the DECA Advisor at the CTC.

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Congratulations to all of you! Good job young people you are a blessing!!

-- Posted by agape on Wed, Feb 23, 2011, at 7:27 AM

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