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State DECA Results

The Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA), is an international organization preparing high school and college students for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, management and other business areas.

East students participated in a competition against other high schools during most of last week in order to qualify for the International DECA competition at the end of April.  This international competition will contain 20,000 students from seven different countries.


The following students qualified:

Sydney Krause and Mackenzie Sweat –Buying Merchandising Operations Research

Sydney Bahr – Entrepreneurship

Akshay Dinakar – Entrepreneurship

Noah Marsh – Entrepreneurship Growing your business

Mille Dinkel, Jordan Kiehl, Kate Mitchell – Ad Campaign

Patrick Hornung – Fashion Merchandising

Kendall Dunn – Automotive Services

Elizabeth Barnickel – Business Services marketing

Liam Griffith & David Finke – Finance

Garrett Bloom and Max Danner – Marketing Communications

Michael Kraft— Finance

Kendall Reeves – Hospitality

Avery Bolar – Marketing and Eastern Region Vice President

Annie Savage and Mitch Tamblyn – Creative Marketing Project


Several other students who finished in the top 5% of the state but couldn’t go to the international competition due to conflicts.

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