Plymouth State Marketing Students Win Three National Awards

May 2nd, 2010 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
Plymouth State University’s chapter of the American Marketing Association took home three major awards from the national conference in New Orleans earlier this month, successfully competing against 1,500 students from 110 colleges and universities. PSU was recognized for outstanding chapter plans, membership and fundraising efforts. Students who participated include Brianna Gearty (President),Colin Rasicot, Griffin LaFleur, Amanda Rodriguez, Jeff DiBenedetto, Joe Huzar, Brett Lucas
and Adam Tranchida.

The chapter is also engaging in small consulting projects with regional businesses such as the Waukewan Golf course, which provide students with marketing experience and membership activity revenue opportunities. The AMA has also engaged in community service activities including providing thanksgiving dinner to the Pemi Youth Group and volunteering at local schools, teaching the values of starting a student run business.

For more information about this release, contact Bruce Lyndes, PSU Media Relations Mgr., (603) 535-2775 or blyndes@plymouth.edu

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