Nearly 60 Great Oaks/Indian Hill students are headed to state competition after placing among the top students in regional business and marketing events.

The students are part of the marketing program offered by Great Oaks Career Campuses at Indian Hill High School, and are members of the DECA student business and marketing organization.

The state-bound students are:

1st Place

Sophie Sawyers, Hotel Management

Krew Verratti, Sports Management

Ryan Rammacher, Principles of Business Management

Emerson Evans, Principles of Hospitality

Annie Joy and Annie Isphording, Buying and Merchandising Team

Lauren Sewell and David Slattery, Financial Analysis Team

Morgan Coburn and David Heilbrunn, Hospitality Team

Corinne O’Dell and Abby Campa, Travel and Tourism Team

Emily Sichel, Hospitality Selling

Grace Galloway, Start-Up Business Plan

Nick Gillan, Marketing Campaign -Event

Noah Ward, Innovation Plan

Logan Hamilton/Davis Swallow/Josh Young, Marketing Campaign – Product

 

Second Place

Nick Bulas, Apparel and Accessories

Nick Grossi, Accounting

Vandita Rastogi, Restaurant Management

Coleman Warstler,  Principles of Business Management

Alex Galbraith and Siddarth Nandakumar, Business Law and Ethics Team

Maggie Schoney and Bella Carson, Entrepreneurship Team

Carolyn Davis and Taylor Foellger, Marketing Campaign – Event

Olivia Vigran, Professional Selling
Cameron Macke, Start-Up Business Plan

Nolan Seenberg, Innovation Plan

 

Third Place

Sydney Poffenberger, Hotel Management

Maria Lindberg, Quick Serve Management

Pranav Rastogi, Principles of Finance

Garrett Anderson and Jay Consolino, Entrepreneurship Team

Killian Sheehan and Jack Edmondson, Financial Analysis Team

Olivia Dowling and Josie Faber, Hotel Management Team

Madison Kahn and Elizabeth Whaley, Travel and Tourism Team

Charlotte McNair, Hospitality Selling

Maddie Vollmer, Professional Selling

 

Fourth Place

Dylan Nunn, Start-Up Business Plan

Maddie Miller and Jorie Alf, Marketing Management Team

Piper Isgrig, Automotive Mangement
Mansai  Singh, Retail Management

John Kushman, Sports Managment

Zach Sullivan, Principles of Marketing

Kunal Ranjan, Principles of Finance

Kylie Hack and Bowie Irvine, Entrepreneurship Team

Fifth Place

Julianne Alspaugh, Principles of Business Management

Caroline Gaede, Entrepreneurship

Cameron Rabenold, Marketing Communications

All competitors took a one-hundred question multiple choice test on marketing concepts and had to perform an impromptu role play situation that dealt with either human relations problem solving, selling, promotion, economic concepts, management decision making, pricing, product development, planning marketing strategies, customer service problem solving or a combination of the above.

The top qualifiers advance to the DECA State Career Development Conference in Columbus during March, with a chance to qualify for national competition.