Submitted by Brent Fritzemeier
Hosted by the University of Toledo Feb. 21-23 in Toledo, Ohio, the competition pitted the K-State sales team against teams from 36 of the top university sales programs in the country. Sales competitions allow students to test their selling skills against their peers from other top sales schools through role-playing scenarios.
The K-State sales team was made up of Kaitlyn Porter, junior in management, Manhattan, and Katie Horton, sophomore in professional strategic selling, Overland Park, with Dawn Deeter, director of the National Strategic Selling Institute, traveling with the team as head coach. In the individual competition, Porter took second place in the junior division, which combined with Horton’s third-place finish in the freshman/sophomore division to give K-State the overall team win.
“We couldn’t be prouder of Kaitlyn and Katie’s performances,” Deeter said. “Having success in these competitions helps bring recognition to what we are doing at K-State to prepare students for successful and fulfilling careers in sales. They also provide a great opportunity for our students to network with their peers and interact with employers from around the country.”
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