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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1988 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 17, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19291.

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Transcript Meeting the Challenge The Collegiate Chapter of the American Marketing Association accepted the challenge to surpass the significant accomplishments of the past, and met that challenge by providing members with a variety of programs and activities which enhanced the professional image of the chapter. Programming ran smoothly with bi-weekly meetings in the fall, and meetings every three weeks in the spring. On September 16, a "Get Acquainted Meeting" was held to introduce AMA, its officers, and adviser Dr. Samuel V. Smith, to prospective members. All in all, 23 persons — out the 47 who attended — joined the chapter. AMA's long list of speakers began with Mary Nell Rock, former executive chef at Truffles, columnist, and successful entrepreneur, who discussed how she turned a love into a business. Jim Cook, Regional Vice- president of the Men's Warehouse, spoke on how internal marketing and the quality of service can really make the difference. Boyd Armstrong, counselor for the Career Planning and Placement Center, gave pointers on resume writing and interviewing. The fall speaker schedule also included Mike Holsey, owner and manager of Holsey Custom Clothes, Don Brown, president of Taylor, Brown & Barnhill, Inc., and Ken Bugh, director of marketing for Wilson Business Products. After a "welcome back" introduction, Kathy Crawford, principal of the Marcon Group and 1983-84 chapter president, gave a presentation on marketing health care services such as hospitals. Other speakers included Pat Engborek, marketing director for Metro, Joseph P. Raia of International Forum Corporation, Randall A. Napier, assistant treasurer of Tenneco, and Jane Anderson, director of human resources and development for Palais Royal. In addition to scheduling speakers, the Houston Professional Chapter invited three members to attend their monthly meetings. The chapter worked in conjunction with this professional chapter and local businesses to conduct a Marketing Week in conjunction with the College of Business Careers' Day. The highlight of the purely social calender was the Christmas Party. A large number of members attended the regional conference in New Orleans. At the national conference, AMA was awarded Top Southern Region chapter, and Outstanding AMA Marketing Week Activities. Certainly the chapter has set an even greater challenge of meeting the standard for future members. Awards: Top Southern Region Chapter and Outstanding AMA Marketing Week Activities. AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION — Gerald G. Hayek, Kathy Davis, Cecily Wilson, Louis Loo, Molly Mathews, Eduardo Valenzuela. Not pictured: Bruce Cilozki, Kalpesh Shah, Dr. Samuel Smith. While in the festive Christmas spirit, Kalpesh Shah cannot decide what to try first. They came in swarms to the AMA co-sponsored Careers Day held in the Houston Room. Members enjoy a lavish dinner at the regional conference in New Orleans. "i 200 University of Houston Organizations 201