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1 DECA Campaigns, Events, and More DECA Campaigns, Events, and More July 17, 2013July 17, 2013

2 2013 ICDC In Review  Awards Station Camp High School, 1 st place in International Business Plan Beech High School, 2 nd place in Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan  By the Numbers 330 attendees 35 finalists 22 in the Top 10 Overall 12 Top Test Scores 10 Top Role-Play/Presentation Scores 2

3 National and State Theme 3

4 Tennessee Officer Team Back row, left to right: Beckham Kilburn East Tennessee Vice-President Sam Tingle President Jaquinn McBride West Tennessee Vice-President Front row, left to right: Maddie Rule Secretary Natalie Porter Middle Tennessee Vice-President 4

5 Tennessee DECA Events 5

6 Leadership Camp  Camp Details Dates: September 6-8, 2013 Location: Camp Clements, Doyle Tennessee Partnering with FBLA  Registration Information Deadline: August 18, 2013 Cost: $ – Additional fee if you want to stay Thursday night. Only 100 spots available  Schedule Group Sessions Student Tracks Advisor Track Recreation Groups Mega Relay Talent Showcase  2013 Camp Promotional Video 2013 Camp Promotional Video 6

7 DECA Power Trip  Details Nov. 1-3, 2013 Boston, MA  Registration $125 per person  Hotel Sheraton Boston $169 plus tax 7

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9 2014 Event Topics  Business Operations Research Events Develop a plan to rebrand an existing business or organization to add value to the brand. 9

10 2014 Event Topics  Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling Event Participants will assume the role of a service training provider for a hospitality corporation. A large city has contacted you to train hospitality workers in the city. Research indicates that in the past few years visitors feel that many of the hospitality workers are unfriendly and unhelpful. You have been instructed to develop a program to train workers in the hospitality sector to be friendlier and more customer- service oriented. The ultimate goal of the city is to be recognized as one of the most helpful and friendly cities to visit. The city has an airport that services all large cities as well as international travelers. Your city offers travelers hotels to accommodate all budgets, museums, beaches, amusement parks, shopping, and restaurants of all cuisines. You have a meeting scheduled with the head of marketing for the city’s travel bureau to discuss your training plan and the associated costs of implementing the training 10

11 2014 Event Topics  Professional Selling Event Participants will assume the role of a sales representative of a major tablet maker. Many school districts are starting to purchase tablets to aid in instruction and reduce textbook expenses. Tablets have gained mainstream popularity in classrooms for their range of capabilities and ease of use. You have a meeting scheduled with a large school district’s purchasing manager to pitch your company's products and price points. 11

12 District Career Development Conferences  Registration Costs and dates will be set by mid-August Deadline: Jan. 3, 2013 Adjustment Window: Jan. 4-8, 2014 – Add competitors for an additional $10.00 (no t-shirts for late registrations) Payment receipt deadline: Jan. 17, 2014 Forms will be turned in on-site  Online Testing All districts test during the same window Jan , 2014 Proctor registration deadline: Dec. 15, 2013  Dates Specific dates to come soon! Target week: Jan , 2014 for all districts. 12

13 State Career Development Conference  Event Details March 6-8, 2014 Opryland Hotel, Nashville  Non Competitive Opportunities Hospitality Committee & Voting Delegate  Schedule Thursday, March 6 – Opening session – Testing, Written Event Presentations and MDA Dance Friday, March 7 – Role plays and Testing – Banquet Saturday, March 8 – Awards Ceremony – ICDC Informational Meeting 13

14 State Career Development Conference  Registration Fee: $85.00 per attendee Window: Feb. 3-9, 2014 Adjustment Window: Feb , 2014 – Attendees can be added for an additional $10.00 Payment receipt deadline: Feb. 28, 2014 Forms will be turned in on-site at registration Banquet Guests: $35.00 (no on-site sales)  Hotel Submit through registration system. Pay hotel directly Room Rate: plus taxes Resort Fee: $5.00, daily per room Parking: $12.00, daily per vehicle 14

15 International Career Development Conference  Event Details May 3-6, 2014 Atlanta, Georgia  Non-competitive Opportunities Leadership Development Academy Chapter Management Academy Senior Management Institute Voting Delegates THRIVE Academy  Registration and hotel information will be available late Fall

16 MAKE YOUR CHAPTER’S SUCCESS COUNT Promotional Campaign Global Entrepreneurship Week Campaign Community Service Campaign Membership Campaign Advocacy Campaign

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20 REWARDS AND RECOGNITION Two Campaigns – Pennant – Plaque – DECA flag – Three allocations to THRIVE ACADEMY at ICDC One Campaign – Pennant – Certificate

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22 REWARDS AND RECOGNITION Two Categories – Pennant – Plaque – DECA flag – Three allocations to THRIVE ACADEMY at ICDC One Category – Pennant – Certificate

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24 All Categories Pennant Plaque from DECA’s Congressional Advisory Board Letter of Recognition REWARDS AND RECOGNITION

25 COOL IDEAS Promotional Activities Entrepreneurship Activities Community Service Activities Membership Recruitment Advocacy Activities

26 CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES Social Media Plan Make It Count – Community Service Plan Idea Challenge

27 SUGGESTIONS Start early and plan ahead. Engage your chapter leadership. Take plenty of photos. Be smart. Use synergy. Think about your target markets. Use DECA’s featured programs and activities Track your progress with the Make It Count poster.

28 New events for  Personal Financial Literacy Event  Financial Consulting Event 28

29 Professional Development Opportunities School Year  Camp Clements Advisors Track  In-Service/Drive-in Meetings  Entrepreneurship Consortium Conference  MBA Research Conclave  TN Jump$tart Coalition Conferences Summer  TN Jump$tart Coalition Conferences  DECA Train the Trainer Certification Course  Institute for CTE Educators Throughout the Year  District Conference Leadership Team  State Conference Leadership Team 29

30 Contact Information Sarah G. Williams CTE Specialist for DECA and FBLA Division of Career & Technical Education 11 th Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower 710 James Robertson Parkway Nashville, TN (615) (office) (615) (conference hotline) 30

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