90 Cheyenne students compete at the 4A DECA State Conference this week in Casper

(Cheyenne, Wyo.) - Two hundred students from around Wyoming traveled to Casper earlier this week for the 4A DECA State Conference at the Parkway Plaza. Nine schools brought their students to compete in fifty different business and marketing competitions. *​Cheyenne Central Vice President receiving his medal. h/t Wyoming DECA/Pitchengine Communities* A Casper high school business instructor, Jill Thompson, reported that volunteers from the community and business professionals stepped in to judge the students performances and presentations. Students competed on Monday and Tuesday for chances to move to the International tournament in Nashville, Tennessee in April. "The students are competing in individual and team events where they present their presentations and papers to professionals in the business field. The students compete in various categories including accounting, business finance, hotel and lodging management, business services, human resources, business law and ethics, marketing communications, and more," said Thompson. *h/t photo: Wyoming DECA/Pitchengine Communities* *See the schools competing and number of students below:* - Cheyenne Central-46 - Cheyenne East-27 - Cheyenne South-17 - Laramie-19 - Riverton-24 - Evanston-10 - Campbell County-22 - Kelly Walsh High School-15 - NCHS-16 Great job to all of these outstanding Wyoming students! *Feature photo: State officers with DECA Executive President. h/t Wyoming DECA/Pitchengine Communities* #shortgo #news