Friday, January 13, 2017

SPARTA DECA COMPETES AT REGIONALS

153 members of Sparta DECA took on the role of business professionals at the Regional competition on January 9 at Ramapo College. In DECA, students are to report to a role-play event in which they must solve a problem pertaining to marketing, business operations or finance where they assume the role of a professional in the business world. Sparta students were very well prepared for the event, spending weeks before regionals asking questions and practicing pre role-plays in their marketing classes. Talking to Sparta students after their competitive event, many said they felt very confident in their ability and did better than they had anticipated.
Students who perform well at Regionals move on to the State level competition in Atlantic City from February 21 - February 23 in Atlantic City. Forward, the students who succeed as the top three in their event at states can qualify for the International Career Development Conference, the national level, in Anaheim, California.


These students will be attending States in their respective categories:

Apparel & Accessories Marketing Series
  • Jacqueline Hoffman
  • Michaela Kayal
Retail Merchandising
  • Rachael Spelman
  • Shelby Kapp
Automotive Services Marketing Series
  • Jonathan Byers
Sports and Entertainment Marketing Series
  • Jonathan Bonker
  • Leonard Fontes
  • Alexander Milliken
Sports and Entertainment Team Decision Making
  • Benjamin Toscano and Rexford Anderson
Principles of Finance
  • Tucker Hastings
Financial Consulting
  • Liam Armstrong
  • Michael Nauta
Financial Literacy Promotion
  • Elise Kerim, Christian Xenakis and Hannah Fagersten
Financial Services Team Decision Making
  • Eric Castorina
  • Matt McAndris
Professional Selling
  • Jane Sosik
  • Jack Valentine
Hospitality Services Team Decision Making
  • Tori Monroe and Olivia Hogle
Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling
  • Blake Aschenbach
  • Hailey Mead
  • Jillian Henderson
  • Molly Schelle
  • Stylianos Kroudis
Principles of Hospitality and Tourism
  • Carlie Wilson
  • Michaela Bleakley
Hotel and Lodging Management
  • Morgan McBride
Human Resources Management Series
  • Victoria Heim
  • Zachary Van Es
Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making
  • Robert Gennat and Sean Scully
  • Devon McIntyre and Emma Rennie
Business Management and Administration
  • Bayleigh Takacs and Kate Nash
Restaurant and Food Service Management
  • Patricia Aldrich
Food Marketing Series
  • Emily Argula
  • Tori Seeland
Restaurant and Food Service Management
  • Rachel Sosik
Quick Serve Restaurant Management Series
  • Daniel Baker
  • Hannah Fagersten
Business Services Marketing Series
  • Julia Czheroniak
  • Raymond Weisse
Buying and Merchandising Business Operations
  • Jonathan Byers, Alexander Milliken and Devon McIntyre
  • Molly Schelle and Annie Burns
Franchise Business
  • Cayleigh Glew and Jacquelyn Hallack
  • Michaela Pamplin and Emily Argula
Independent Business Plan
  • Adrian Ukaj and Justin Mellick
  • Jack Berlin and Kevin Berlin
Entrepreneurship Promotion
  • Jane Sosik and Emma Rennie
Creative Marketing
  • Jack Valentine and Liam Armstrong
Principles of Marketing
  • Robert Whalen
Marketing Management Team Decision Making
  • Brent Bloomgren and Heather DiPiano
  • Jeremy Dericks and Brendan Puszcz
Marketing Communications

  • Julia Bally
  • Thomas Ferrara






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