FHSD DECA State Qualifiers

Posted on 02/25/2020
FHHS DECA students


Students from the FHHS, FHC, and FHN Chapters of Missouri DECA (An Association of Marketing Students) joined over 750 other high school marketing students at the annual District career development conference held February 12, 2020, at South County Center.

These FHHS DECA students received recognition for their ability and achievement at the District level and will now compete at the State level:

Hannah Edmonds

Automotive Services Marketing

1st

Aaron Switzer

Hotel & Lodging Management

1st

Sierra Hayes & Molly Quick

Hospitality Services Team Decision Making

1st

Sophia Turnell

Principles of Hospitality and Tourism

1st

Riley Roedel

Retail Merchandising

1st

Jessica Vollmer

Apparel & Accessories Marketing Series

2nd

Andrew Callaway & Burke Hoedebecke

Business Law & Ethics Team Decision Making

2nd

Bo Kume

Business Services Marketing

2nd

Cassidy Kirov & Haley Schellert

Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making

2nd

Hannah Hulen & Julia Wise

Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan

2nd

Pavandeep Kaur

Start –Up Business

2nd

Ryan Kraemer

Food Marketing Series

2nd

Sarah Mrzenz

Marketing Communication Series

2nd

Ian DuBois

Principles of Marketing

2nd

Alyssa Miller

Quick Serve Restaurant Management

2nd

Ethan Childs

Retail Merchandising

2nd

Mehak Kooner & Emily Roider

Sports & Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making

2nd

Paige Suter

Apparel And Accessories Marketing Series

3rd

Sophia Welge

Automotive Services Marketing

3rd

Danielle Lindsey

Independent Business Plan

3rd

Asha Roberts

Human Resources Management

3rd

Lilliana Machado

Hospitality & Tourism Operation Research

3rd

Kayle Gosche & Morgan Smith

Integrated Marketing Campaign-Product

3rd

Tessa Kapeller & Emma Socha

Marketing Management Team Decision Making Event

3rd

Faith Gruebbeling

Restaurant & Food Services Management

3rd

CC Allen & Amilia Coleman

Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making

4th

James Canul & Madeline Postal

Hospitality Services Team Decision Making

4th

Kaitlyn Klott

Retail Merchandising

4th

Wyatt Daly

Human Resources Management

5th

Justin Radle

Business Services Marketing

6th

Bryana Zimmerman

Human Resources Management

6th

Colin Spies

Marketing Communication Series

6th

Grace Schlueter

Retail Merchandising

6th

Mikayla Huber

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

6th

Molly Fitzgerald

Molly Fitzgerald was also chosen as the Junior Delegate for District 6. She has now qualified for the International Competition in Nashville Tennessee. She will be going through Leadership Academy at ICDC.

 


These FHC DECA students received recognition for their ability and achievement at the District level and will now compete at the State level:

Chase Tennyson

Accounting Applications

1st

Eric Peasel & Dylan Stover

Financial Team Decision Making

2nd

Riley Rohn

Human Resources Management

2nd

Kennedy Buckman & Madyson French

Hospitality Services Team Decision Making

3rd

Ben Raup

Automotive Services Marketing

4th

Sophia Tran

Business Services Marketing

4th

Kylie Allen & Alexis Jansen

Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making

4th

Rachel Deason & Allison Huffman

Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making

4th

Dominik Dutton & Connor Schmitz

Financial Team Decision Making

4th

David Millliken

Business Services Marketing

5th

Kaden Hart & Alex Vogel

Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making

5th

Katey Clark & Inge Petrie

Hospitality Services Team Decision Making

5th

Elijah Flowers

Marketing Communications

5th

Jordan McDaniel

Entrepreneurship

6th

Parker Frye

Food Marketing

6th

Katie Heinrich & Makenzie Roth

Marketing Management Team Decision Making

6th

Suzie Saffi

Quick Serve Restaurant Management

6th

Colleen Flanigan

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

7th


These FHN DECA students received recognition for their ability and achievement at the District level and will now compete at the State level:

Becka Brissette & Brayden Riggs

Career Development Project

1st

ColeHopper & Cole Sherman

Travel & Tourism Marketing Team Decision Making

1st

PatrickKoester & Evan Maag

Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making

1st

Ash Bozich

Human Resources Management

1st

Hannah Berger

Innovation Plan

1st

Thomas Jamison

Quick Serve Restaurant Management

1st

Connor Murray

Principles of Marketing

1st

Rajat Nepal

Principles of Finance

1st

William Pundmann

Principles of Business Management and Administration

1st

William Schellman

Business Services Marketing

1st

Uma Upamaka

Food Marketing

1st

Carter Powell

Restaurant & Food Service Management

2nd

Hannah Berger & Adria Schmidt

Hospitality Services Team Decision Making

2nd

Kyle Foster & Ben Oster

Entrepreneurship Team Decision Making

2nd

Sam Key & Ella Manthey

Buying & Merchandising Operations Research

2nd

Rayan Amir

Accounting Applications

3rd

Becka Brissette

Sports & Entertainment Marketing

3rd

Oliver Palmer

Marketing Communications

3rd

Rocio Romero

Hotel & Lodging Management

3rd

Brendan Leuthauser & Troy Ludwig

Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making

3rd

Grace Roberts & Jenna Thompson

Sports & Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making

3rd

Luke Coffman

Accounting Applications

4th

Leslie Lobato

Apparel & Accessories Marketing

4th

Hari Patel

Human Resources Management

4th

Yousef Shabani

Business Finance

4th

Victor Escobar & Cody Houghton

Marketing Management Team Decision Making Event

5th

Sophia Gabel & Liam Levins

Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making

5th


These students will all advance to compete at the State DECA Career Development Conference March 22-24, 2020, at the Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

DECA competitive events are designed to contribute to the development of competencies needed for careers in marketing, management and merchandising, to motivate students to assume responsibility for self-improvement and self-discipline, to assist students in acquiring a realistic self-concept through individual and group activities, and to provide visibility for the educational goals and objectives of marketing education.

DECA is the only international organization specifically designed to reinforce the occupational competencies of high school students who wish to pursue a career in marketing, merchandising or management. Over 180,000 students from the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands are involved in the organization.

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