Walking Tacos to benefit Midland University PBL students competing at national conference
The May Brothers Building at 105 E. 6th Street will be the location on Tuesday, May 2nd from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for a Taco Tuesday fundraiser to benefit the Midland University chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL). The lunch will include a walking taco, dessert and beverage. Free will donations will be accepted. The fundraiser is sponsored by First State Bank & Trust Company and The Creative Collective.
The funds from this event will help underwrite participation at the PBL National Convention in Anaheim, California this June for the five students who qualified by placing in the top of their state events. Qualifiers include Erikur Arnason and MeKota Fogg in Global Analysis and Decision Making, Axel Klausen and Anna Watts in Forensic Accounting, Danielle Martin in Accounting Principles and Klausen, Martin and Watts in Management Analysis and Decision Making.
The four-day conference is considered the pinnacle of the PBL experience. It is an opportunity to compete in business related events against the best and brightest in the nation while also promoting leadership, information exchange and new opportunities to implement on the local chapter level.
PBL is a unique organization designed to give college students the competitive edge through career exploration, self-improvement, and community service opportunities. PBL is the ideal way for students to sharpen their business skills while applying their classroom knowledge to real-world scenarios.