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13 students reach state DECA competition

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Thirteen of 43 Nashoba Regional High School students who competed in the DECA District 5 competition have advanced to the state competition, which runs from March 8 to 10 at the Boston-Marriot Copley Place. For the contest, which tests business acumen, students are given a business scenario in which they must role play. The DECA organization seeks to prepare high school and college students for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management.

- Matt Gunderson

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