Pasco High School's DECA club is being recognized for its performance on keeping the school's store at the best it can be.
This is the 6th year in a the school has received the gold certification.
The three DECA club members, Ashley Mata, Mayra Rodriguez and Nallely Sanchez, that spearheaded the re-certification say they had to write a 40-page paper giving detail on how the store was doing and all they were doing to keep it up.
A few examples of the work they have to put in is promotions for new products the store is selling, keeping track of the sales and understanding what items students want to be in the store.
The girls say they're glad their hard work has paid off.
"I'm just proud of our team," said Ashley Mata. "All the hard work we put in, staying late and getting out paper done, it's all worth it."
The three girls will be headed to Atlanta, Georgia in March to be recognized for this accomplishment at DECA's International Career Development Conference.
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