Students from Thomas College received awards at a business conference.

Thomas College recently sent a team of five students to compete in the Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) International Business Conference. The students who represented their school were Dan Brewer, Tanner Herrick, Jade Crowell, Preston Moody, and Addison Landon. The conference took place in Orlando, Florida.

The Thomas College students performed exceptionally well at the conference, earning top rankings in various categories. The team as a whole placed second overall and third in the case study presentation. Additionally, three students – Preston Moody, Jade Crowell, and Addison Landon – advanced to the finals of the Knowledge Bowl. Landon excelled and finished in second place in this competition. He was also recognized as the top individual student performer at the conference.

Dr. Rick Saucier and Dr. Jono Anzalone coached the team and praised their exceptional performance at SAM. Thomas College has gained recognition for its excellence in competitions like these for seven consecutive years now. This achievement is a testament to the dedication and hard work of both the students and their professors towards achieving success in business management academic circles.

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