SGTC PBL brings home 30 awards from state competition | Events
CRISP and SUMTER COUNTIES, GA - News release from South Georgia Technical College
Six South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) Phi Beta Lambda students will be competing at the national PBL competition in San Antonio this June.
These students include Kowanna Lillard of Americus, Pauline Stewart of Ellaville, Sandy Price of Oglethorpe, Craig Conley of Americus, Amber Raybon of Americus, and Lonnie Mercer of Americus.
SGTC PBL recently brought home 24 individual and six chapter awards from PBL’s state competition in Atlanta.
First place competition winners included Kowanna Lillard of Americus and Pauline Stewart of Ellaville, Free Enterprise Project; Merideth McCullough of Rochelle, Sales Presentation; Sandy Price of Oglethorpe, Sports Management and Marketing; and Kowanna Lillard of Americus, Marketing Concepts; and Melanie Sheppard of Ashburn, Retail Management.
Second place winners included Sandy Price of Oglethorpe, Contemporary Sports Issues; and Amber Raybon of Americus, Statistical Analysis.
Students earning third place were Mary Amerson of Cordele, Retail Management; and Lonnie Mercer of Americus, Contemporary Sports Issues.
Fourth place winners included Charleen Hegg of Mauk, Client Services; Craig Conley of Americus, Sports Management and Marketing, and Contemporary Sports Issues; and Amber Raybon of Americus, Annual Business Report.
PBL members who earned fifth place in their competitions included Kowanna Lillard of Americus, Management Concepts; Amber Raybon of Americus, Accounting Principles; and Fenita Reddick of Americus, International Business.
Other individual award winners included Lashondra Walton of Americus, Georgia PBL Outstanding Member 2012 and Director’s Level Career and Membership Achievement Program; Sandy Price of Oglethorpe, Executive Level CMAP, President’s Level Career and Membership Achievement Program, and PBL Who’s Who; Pauline Stewart of Ellaville, PBL Who’s Who; and SGTC PBL Advisor Donna Lawrence, 15+ Year Service Award.
The chapter won first place in Local Recruitment of Chapters and Corporate Sponsorships.
The chapter also earned second place in Foundation Donations and FBLA interaction, as well as third place in March of Dimes fundraising. SGTC’s PBL chapter was also one of only four chapters in the state of Georgia to earn the Floyd McGarity Silver Seal Award of Merit.