Payson Ffa Competes At State Midwinter Competition

Tony Harmsen, John Hughes and Brylee Hall placed fifth in the marketing competition at the Dec. 6 FFA state midwinter competition held at the ASU Polytechnic Campus.

Tony Harmsen, John Hughes and Brylee Hall placed fifth in the marketing competition at the Dec. 6 FFA state midwinter competition held at the ASU Polytechnic Campus.

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Danielle Greenhagen was a top four finalist at the midwinter competition.

Payson FFA students made a good showing at the Dec. 6 Midwinter Competition at the Arizona State University campus.

Danielle Greenhagen was a top-four finalist in the information career development events.

“Greenhagen was able to wow the judges in this “Jeopardy” style FFA knowledge contest,” said David Rutherford the Payson High School agriculture instructor.

He said she was asked questions pertaining to the history of FFA and general knowledge of FFA in Arizona.

Rutherford said the FFA marketing students placed fifth at the state competition.

“Team members Tory Harmsen, Brylee Hall and John Hughes showed their marketing savvy by creating a marketing plan and presenting to a panel of judges,” said Rutherford.

The sophomores worked with Plant Fair Nursery to design a marketing strategy for its pottery department, said the agriculture instructor.

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