Help KSU Marketing Students Compete in National Competition
Organized by: Pi Sigma Epsilon
Hi, my name is Theodore Brittan, I am the President of Marketing and Sales club at Kansas State University. Also known as Pi Sigma Epsilon. A coed honor society with the goal of enriching students lives with an even greater passion for their Marketing and Sales education. Also empowering them with confidence, and developing their professionalism. We also do community service projects as well as help small Kansas businesses with their marketing needs. We are trying to make it possible for our hard working students to be able to attend a National convention this year. But the cost of plane tickets, hotel, and registration is very difficult for students on a college budget to bear on their own. Every year our club has two conventions, Regional and National, filled with great opportunities for our students to become better as young professionals. Opportunities like a Marketing case competition that we are judged based upon our problem solving techniques to real world scenarios. There is also a sales competition that will give us a chance to enhance our skills in relationship selling. Finally a career fair where we get to showcase our passion for working in this field of study. We have a lot of phenomenal hard working students who really want to attend these two great opportunities. But college costs are already steep with tuition increasing and funding decreasing. As Kansas State students we are all very driven to succeed. We are striving for a better life by starting a good career, and working hard. An opportunity to attend a convention like this is once in a lifetime and will help us reach that dream of a good career. With every dollar you donate you are giving us a chance to compete but also making us better as young professionals in the process. This is our 3rd year as a club established at Kansas State. An opportunity to attend a convention like this is once in a lifetime Please help us, so we do not miss out this year. Thank you for your consideration. Kind Wishes From Kansas State Marketing and Sales Club.