Lolita Gorbacheva, staff writer
This weekend, DECA traveled to Anaheim, for a competition against the majority of Southern California’s DECA clubs.
“The competition went great! We had 46 students attend which is a record for our chapter,” DECA president Olivia Koshy said.
Gaining more students and support, Beverly’s DECA has become the second largest active chapter in Southern California DECA.
The competition was a three-day trip, where students took a 100-question multiple choice test followed by either one or two role-plays, in which a student, as a business professional, is presented with a hypothetical situation and must then present ideas and business tactics to a judge.