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Southside DECA Winners

Out of 39 Southside DECA students who competed at the State Career Development Conference on March 6-7 in Fayetteville, 30 of those made the stage with top honors as state finalists.

Following is a list of individual and team winners from Southside DECA:

1st Place Winners:
Jacob Day - Accounting Applications
Gabriella Hernandez Donato - Entrepreneurship Start-Up Business Plan
Brianna Franco & Isabella Wright - Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan

2nd Place Winners:
Rachel Browning - Apparel & Accessories Marketing
Keiyanna Fisher - Entrepreneurship Start-Up Business Plan
Gavin Webb - Quick Serve Restaurant Management

3rd Place Winners:
Anna Dang, Zach Grounds, Savannah Slayline - Community Service Project
Collin Gushing - Principles of Finance
Persephone Himes - Principles of Business Administration
Rilea Robinson - Advertising Campaign
Daniel Sanchez - Retail Merchandising
Jonathan Trotter - Human Resources Management

4th Place Winners:
Krystal Carnes - Food Marketing
Nicole Doan - Hospitality & Tourism Professional Selling
RJ Pester - Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Kristina Pham - Financial Consulting 
Maetzy Romero, Linda Somphou, Christina Xayaphay - Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan

5th Place Winners:
Konnor Bramlett, Farrah Fox, Moriah McDade - Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan
Jack Johns - Business Services Operations Research
Mariah McDaniels - Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Hannah Moore - Principles of Finance
Angel Yang - Business Finance

6th Place Winners: 
Tyler Stricklin - Restaurant Food Service Management

As a chapter, Southside DECA was recognized with the following national awards:
Gold Level Chapter
Advocacy Campaign
Community Service Campaign
Membership Campaign
Promotional Campaign

Other accomplishments include being the largest chapter in Arkansas with a total membership of 216, and having six recipients of DECA's Emerging Leader award.Ms. Adina Boatright, Southside DECA Advisor, was also recognized as an Outstanding Chapter Advisor.

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