The event was sponsored by the Students in Free Enterprise Chapter and members of the Management 428 class in Winthrop’s College of Business Administration. Members of the Clover team – Amy Sayers, Tyler Harkey, Rebecca Hester, Jeremy Ochieng and Jeremy Sutherland – were presented the Weyerhaeuser Cup. The team's advisor is Antwon Sutton.
Students were given a scenario ahead of time involving how a company should handle a food contamination in one of its products. Teams presented their solutions which met ethical, consumer and business concerns.
Tied for second place were Rock Hill High School and Westminster Catawba Christian School. Rock Hill High’s team, which was advised by Pamela Poag, was made up of Annie Chan, Kenny Longshaw, Jonathan Le and Neil Chastain. Members of the team for Westminster, led by Donna Caskey, were Anna Darby, Nathan Jolly, Katie Hughes, Richard O’Neal, Grace Twitty and Jake Walden.
Six judges from area businesses, agencies and churches decided the competition.
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