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CSU Students Earn Semi-Finalist Recognition at 2019 AMA Collegiate Case Competition

The Cleveland State University American Marketing Association (AMA) team earned a semi-finalist recognition in the annual AMA Collegiate Case Competition. This placed CSU in the top 15 universities out of 100 nationwide for 2019.

2019 AMA Case Competition Semi-Finalists

2019 AMA Case Competition Semi-Finalists - Example of Work - InstagramThe 2019 case competition client was increasing membership and relevance of the Wall Street Journal among college students. The Cleveland State students who participated in the competition include:

  • Johnnie Benson 
  • Luke Boersma
  • Kirsten Cvengros
  • Jennifer Diaz Ramos
  • Michella Dilworth
  • Joshua Dolan
  • Brooke Eisenmann
  • Richard Ellis
  • Jose Estremera
  • Cayla Figueroa
  • Jordan Gura
  • Taylor Henry
  • Kevin Kaiser
  • Ryan Lanza
  • Caylee Marino
  • Deirdre McNamara
  • Addison Medved
  • Glen Gerrard Meridores
  • Elizabeth Mockler
  • Alexandra Previt
  • Trejsi Shkodrani
  • Chau Tang
  • Gena Taylor
  • Cody Toboz

The students were led by Marketing Department faculty Kim Ruggeri. The AMA Collegiate Case Competition, began in 1986 and is a year long event that brings together top  marketing students to work on a marketing challenge submitted by a sponsoring organization. The Case sponsor provides a detailed marketing problem for which it is looking to gain the perspective of AMA’s best students, who compete by developing a marketing strategy in a nationally recognized competition. The Case Competition is open to undergraduate student teams at schools that have an affiliated AMA Collegiate Chapter.  

2019 AMA Case Competition Semi-Finalists - Example of Work - Billboard

2019 AMA Case Competition Semi-Finalists - Example of Work - Bus Signage