Glenwood fourth out of 22 teams in 19th Annual DECA Invitational
Congratulations to the following GSHS DECA students who placed at the 19th Annual Glenwood Springs DECA Invitational this past Sunday and Monday. Altogether, 548 students from the top 22 DECA schools in Colorado participated. The team competition results were:-1st , Rampart-2nd, Cherry Creek-3rd, Glenwood Springs-4th, Pine CreekGSHS had the following individual finalists & winners in the 2001 DECA Invitational:-Matt Young, 1st, DECA Business Challenge-Ryan Bolitho, 1st, Vehicles and Petroleum Sales-Forrest Lowell, 2nd, Technical Computer Sales-Lindsay Ball, 3rd, Apparel & Accessories-Matt Young, 3rd, Marketing Management-Seth Smith, 3rd, Vehicles and Petroleum Sales-Ackerman & Smiley, 3rd, Hospitality Marketing Team-Ureche & Blake, 3rd, Sports/Entertainment Marketing Team-Collier & Delaney, 3rd, Travel Tourism Marketing Team-Polowchena & Hays, 5th, E Commerce Internet Marketing Team-Kristi Marx, 5th, Quick Service Restaurant-Cassie Carlson, 5th, Retail Merchandising-O’Leary & Vallario, 6th, Travel Tourism Marketing Team-Sarah Corcoran, 7th, Retail MerchandisingAmy Grosholz, 7th, Quick Service Restaurant-Jessica Beck, 9th, Real Estate Business ServicesJames Ruossos, 9th, Food MarketingIn addition, numerous DECA juniors and seniors spent many, many hours preparing for and administering this Invitational. A special thanks to Jeri Polowchena, Invitational director, and her fellow officers, Micaela O’Leary, Alicia Vallario, Forrest Lowell, Matt Young, Alicia Hays, Lindsay Ball and their assistants for their extraordinary work in directing the 2002 GS DECA Invitational. It should be a source of pride for GSHS that Glenwood Springs’ largest convention, the GS DECA Invitational, is run by the students of GSHS.
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