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DECA Award Winner

Lilia Sandoval, a sophomore, is the winner of the Missouri DECA label pin design competition.  She is in Ms. Green's Marketing class at Northeast High School.  Her design was the winning design from 15 entries from across the state of Missouri.  Her design will be submitted to a manufacturer to be made into a label pin that will be given to over 2500 DECA members at the State DECA Career Development Conference in March.  Her design will also be given out to the 350 Missouri qualifying competitors who attend the International DECA Career Development Conference in Anaheim in April. Each Missouri competitor will receive 20 pins that they can exchange among the 10,000 competitors from all over the US, and other member countries that send competitors.  Congratulations to Lilia for her winning design.

 Lilia Sandoval’s picture and Martin Calderon winning top award can be viewed on the Missouri DECA website:    Very proud of these two young people.
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