The National Marketing League
The National Marketing League (NML) is the world's first professional marketing league created by Mr. Clarke in 2005 to connect classroom concepts with hands-on experience. Based on principles from NBC's "The Apprentice", week-by-week students are given marketing-oriented tasks to complete. Students are broken up into two different teams and compete against each other to see who can create the better project. Over 900 students are alumni of the NML. At the end of the regular season, two special awards are given out. The NML Most Valuable Player award is given to the student who was a truly a gamechanger on whether his/her team would win a task. The NML Rookie of the Year award is given to the 9th grader who showed marketing toughness throughout the season. At the end of the regular season, students with the best win-loss records will compete against each other in the NML playoffs until there is only one left standing. That one student will be the marketing champion of the world! Join us as we celebrate our 12th season this semester!