SWOSU students and faculty members from the Everett Dobson School of Business and Technology recently toured Sport Chassis in Clinton. Attending were (from left): Micah Croke, Elgin; Preston Switzer, Cordell; Avery Dixon, Elk City; David Ghavami, Owasso; Brooke Tignor, Sayre; Emmaly Helt, Kingfisher; Bailey Deutschendorf, Fairview; Kylie Lent, Hinton; Kodi Hair, Blair; faculty member Dr. Patsy Parker, Caitlyn Babcock, Shattuck; Edwin Martinez, Hinton; instructor Jonna Myers; and Manuel Martinez, Moorpark CA.

SWOSU students and faculty members from the Everett Dobson School of Business and Technology recently toured Sport Chassis in Clinton. Attending were (from left): Micah Croke, Elgin; Preston Switzer, Cordell; Avery Dixon, Elk City; David Ghavami, Owasso; Brooke Tignor, Sayre; Emmaly Helt, Kingfisher; Bailey Deutschendorf, Fairview; Kylie Lent, Hinton; Kodi Hair, Blair; faculty member Dr. Patsy Parker, Caitlyn Babcock, Shattuck; Edwin Martinez, Hinton; instructor Jonna Myers; and Manuel Martinez, Moorpark CA.

SWOSU Business Students Tour Sport Chassis

Students from the Everett Dobson School of Business and Technology at Southwestern Oklahoma State University recently toured Sport Chassis to learn more about sales, marketing and operations management.

SWOSU’s business club, Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), organized the tour.

Dr. Patsy Parker, associate dean of the SWOSU College of Professional and Graduate Studies, and Jonna Myers, instructor and PBL advisor, accompanied 15 students to tour the facility in Clinton.

Chris Brinkley, Sports Chassis’ marketing director, shared with students the history of Sports Chassis and gave a full tour of the facility and preview of Sports Chassis’ latest projects.

“PBL has been on tours of several companies in the past, but we wanted to experience the manufacturing side of business,” said PBL President, Emmaly Helt.  “It was very insightful to see how Sport Chassis has evolved over the past 20 years.”

“We love these opportunities to get our students out of the classroom and into the organizations where real innovation is happening,” Myers said.  “We are so grateful to companies like Sports Chassis for the way they support SWOSU and the Everett Dobson School of Business and Technology.”

Students interested in learning more about PBL should contact Myers at jonna.myers@swosu.edu.