Williams PBL Claims Seven National Awards
Business students from Williams Baptist College have claimed seven awards in national competition this summer. The Williams students competed at the national conference of Phi Beta Lambda, held July 9-12 in Nashville, Tenn.
Among the award winners from WBC, the team of Lauren Taylor and Brad Harris took fourth place in Marketing Analysis and Decision Making. Brad Harris also earned a sixth place honor for Sales Presentation, while Tiffany Pickett, Lauren Taylor and Mari Pinedo teamed up for a seventh place award in Business Ethics.
Eighth place awards went to: Mark Yawson and Andy Hayden for Network Design; Justin Hawkins for Sports Management and Marketing; and Vitaliy Dymna and Danny Adams for Website Development. Ninth place honors went to Elizabeth Fehr and Andy Hayden for Digital Video Production.
The Williams students qualified for the national event by placing highly at state competition this spring. They were among 1,700 competitors at the Nashville convention. Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is the largest and oldest student business organization in the country.
Summer DeProw and Chris Lawrey of the Williams business faculty accompanied the WBC students to Nashville.
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