Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Students examine the sustainability of McDonald's supply

October 2014

On Monday, October 6, Loyola hosted the third annual Quinlan Case Competition. In all, 49 undergraduate business students teamed up to put their problem-solving skills to the test before a panel of judges.

The jury was comprised of 25 Loyola alumni and business leaders who evaluated the students' ability to translate their classroom knowledge into a real-world business solution. This time, the case focused on managing a sustainable supply chain for McDonald's.

The following teams were awarded cash prizes for their expert insights and recommendations:

First Place

The ROI's

Callum McCann
William Steffek
Alex Szabo
Adam Zimmerman 

Second Place

Team BA Squad

Adam Hepp
Garrett Larsen
Hannah Sawyer 

Third Place

Team Business Casual

Zane Carmean
Dominique Ritvo
Wesam Shahed

Lawrence Metzger 
Award for Excellence*

Team BA Squad

Adam Hepp
Garrett Larsen
Hannah Sawyer


Congratulations to all the winners, and thanks to everyone who participated to make the Quinlan Case Competition a success.

Click here to see photos of the competition in action.