A group of professionally dressed students pose at the sales role-playing competition

Over fifty UNH Professional Sales Groups students made an early wake up call of 7 a.m. on Friday,  Sept. 29, as a kick-off to a competition event in Boston's Back Bay.

Bused to Bitsight's offices at 111 Huntington Ave, the motivated students competed in three rounds of sales role-playing at the prudential center complex high-rise, before heading back to campus with some refined skills.

Winners Cameron Livingstone and Kyle Miller took top honors, with six other finalists being recognized; Elle Fernandez, Brandon Murphy, Tiffany Marrotte, Samuel Lozeau, Connor Comerford and Miles Boyle.

Students, including the competition organizing team of Myles Kierstead, Griffin Richards, and student coaches Benjamin Pitts, Brandon Murphy, thank the BitSight team for hosting. They also would like to recognize the alumni who volunteered to both support the students and give back.