June 29, 2016
Six Louisburg College students competed in business skills challenges against colleges and universities from around the country and, for the first time, brought home top honors in two categories and finished second in another.
The six, members of the college’s Phi Beta Lambda business fraternity chapter, qualified for the FBLA competition in Atlanta by placing either first or second in their respective events at the state competition earlier this year. Those bringing home national awards are:
Under the guidance of the college’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter sponsors -- Instructor Scott Benrube and Assistant Professor of Business Studies Brian Sanders -- the group for the first time in college history won first place in more than one category.
The FBLA National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas.
John Cole, Kathryn O’Leary, Instructor Scott Benrube, Daja Denis, Koran Hodges and Damonta Winbush