Personal Narrative: The Krunch Burger Challenge

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“The winner of the Tom & Eddie’s burger challenge was…The Krunch Burger!” A smile slowly expanded on my face, and as I looked around the classroom. All of us had huge, goofy grins, and we had every right to look this way. Our burger had just won in a competition against five other Introduction to Business classes. As a reward, not only did we get to stay on the menu, but the experience from obtaining the prize was irreplaceable.

The surveying, advertising, and networking we had to execute for this project helped me develop relationships and skills that I never had before. Prior to when we designed the burger, our classroom had to survey as many people as we knew to find out what type of bun, meat, and condiments they liked and the popularity
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These experiences lead me to want to pursue marketing, and my interest in business never stopped. As of senior year, I'm currently in Business Professionals of America competing in a graphics design competition. Our assignment requires us to create a logo that is both eye catching and appealing to our audience. The creativity behind marketing is what stimulates my brain and lures me towards this field. Although I have competed in business competitions in the past, my ultimate goal is succeeding at Wisconsin School of …show more content…
Because Wisconsin-Madison has one of the top business schools that keep students intrigued, permits students with imagination, and gives ambition to students in order to fulfill their curiosity. As a marketing major, I have to cease every possibly opportunity to learn about demographics, psychographics, geographics, etc. This is where Madison exceeds expectations by providing international business programs, a world-class curriculum, an extravagant faculty, and internships. The Wisconsin School of Business accommodates to every students needs, and my need is to gain international experience. Studying abroad is an enlightening moment for every business student. It opens their eyes to the unknown, expands their horizons, engrosses themselves to the international business, and captures unforgettable memories. This will not only help me open my eyes, but expand and improve my networking by working side by side with people from a different country. New perspectives are created within myself which leads to better understanding of people. As I take advantage of the international program it’ll only enhance my passion for the world of competition and success, and what better way then the school that demonstrates all these characteristics? Wisconsin School of Business, here I

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