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Hall County marketing students headed to international competition

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Students from Hall County Marketing Education Programs recently competed at the State DECA Career Development Conference held in Atlanta. <br /> <br /> The following students brought back top awards and are now headed to the DECA International Conference to be held in May in Atlanta: <br /> <br /> - 1st place, School Based Enterprise-New to Certification, Leticia Benitez, Lanier Charter Career <br /> Academy/West Hall High School <br /> <br /> - 1st place, School Based Enterprise-New to Certification, Evan English, Lanier Charter Career <br /> Academy <br /> <br /> - 1st place, Learn and Earn Project, Lauran Gregory, Lanier Charter Career Academy/West Hall <br /> High School <br /> <br /> - 1st place, School Based Enterprise-New to Certification, Jonathon Zuniga, Lanier Charter <br /> Career Academy/West Hall High School <br /> <br /> - 2nd place, Entrepreneurship Growing your Business, Melanie Salazar, Lanier Charter Career <br /> Academy/Flowery Branch High School <br /> <br /> - 2nd place, Entrepreneurship Growing your Business, Gabrielle Smith, Lanier Charter Career <br /> Academy/Flowery Branch High School <br /> <br /> - 3rd Place, Entrepreneurship Franchising, Ashlyn Henderson, North Hall High School <br /> <br /> - 3rd place, Civic Consciousness, Nathalie Nogues, Lanier Charter Career Academy/Flowery <br /> Branch High School <br /> <br /> - 3rd place, Civic Consciousness, Melanie Zuluaga, Lanier Charter Career Academy/Flowery <br /> Branch High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Public Relations Campaign, Kendal Abercrombie, Chestatee High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan, Abigail Bryson, North Hall High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan, Brooke Hudson, Chestatee High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan, Makayla Lee, Chestatee High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan, Brooke Moody, Chestatee High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Entrepreneurship Participating Independent, Abigail Moon, Chestatee High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Public Relations Campaign, Maggee Narvil, Chestatee High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Creative Marketing Project, Khian Skidmore, Lanier Charter Career Academy/East Hall <br /> High School <br /> <br /> - Top 6, Creative Marketing Project, Ross Stevens, Lanier Charter Career Academy/East Hall <br /> High School <br /> <br /> - Elected to the Georgia DECA State Action Team, Abigail Moon, Chestatee High School
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