Four Camelback Marketing Students Still Asking for the Public’s Help

Posted by Community Relations on 1/21/2016

Four Camelback marketing students are still asking for the public’s help in winning a nationwide app contest. Juniors Sila Fraye, Olivia Higuera, Alejandra Alvarez and sophomore Maria Molina already wonBest in State in the Verizon App Challenge. The students in Camelback’s DECA Marketing and Entrepreneurship Club created the SHOPEASY app that takes a shopping list, and works as an indoor GPS for grocery stores, finding product locations, coupons, and sales. To become the Best in the Nation App in the contest takes a monumental marketing task—getting the most text votes by the end of January. The girls have even produced a commercial to help prove that they have the most innovative, useful and engaging app in the United States. To vote, text: shopeasy2 to 22333. There is no charge for voting. You can follow the voting action here:  http://appchallenge.tsaweb.org/vote/5764