This scavenger hunt can be used to promote FBLA and to help students become familiar with material
on the state and national websites. Some answers will change from year to year.
Use the Florida FBLA website www.floridafbla-pbl.com and the National FBLA Website www.fbla-pbl.org
to answer the questions to the best of your ability.
FBLA-PBL Scavenger Hunt
1. Who is the Florida FBLA President?
2. Who is the National FBLA President?
3. What are the dates of the 2012 National Leadership Conference and where will it be held?
4. Where is the FBLA national headquarters?
5. What are the four FBLA-PBL divisions?
6. Who was the first full-time executive director of FBLA-PBL?
7. Who is the current President and Chief Executive Officer of FBLA-PBL?
8. Who is the current Florida regional vice president serving your region?
9. Emerging Business Issues is what kind of competitive event?
10. Palm Beach is in which FBLA district?
11. How many members are currently in the FBLA high school division?
12. Who is the Florida Region V Representative on the Board of Directors?
13. What are the words of the FBLA pledge?
14. Are capris considered acceptable business attire for females at FBLA business meetings at the
Florida State Leadership Conference (FSLC)?
15. Who was the last FBLA or PBL member from Florida to serve as a national officer and what office
did he/she hold?
16. Where will the Fall 2012 Regional Leadership Conferences be held?
17. What is the name of the FBLA-PBL store where you can find FBLA-PBL branded merchandise and
18. Are males required to wear a jacket at FBLA business meetings at the FSLC?
19. Can a student be a district officer and state officer at the same time?
20. What are the national FBLA dues for high school members?
21. How many competitive events are available for competition in FBLA?
22. What are FBLA’s colors?
23. What is the Florida FBLA-PBL Foundation?
24. Is Palm Beach Gardens High School a member of the Florida FBLA-PBL Foundation? What level
of membership are we?
25. Who was the Florida FBLA Adviser of the Year for 2011 (hint: she is a PBGHS Teacher!)?