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Campbellsville University receives $10,000 contribution

2013-10-15 - Campbellsville Universtty - Photo by Yvonne Matheas, CU.
Sun Tan City has pledged $10,000 to continue their corporate sponsorship to and to make an additional contribution to the Campbellsville University Scholarship Fund in each of the next years. From left are: Benji Kelly, vice president for development, and Chuck Vaughn, director of planned giving, both from CU; Amy Smith, regional manager; Mark Nelson, vice president of operations, a 2011 MBA CU graduate; Erin Kenady, district manager; Dr. Michael V. Carter, CU president; Dr. Joseph Owens, chair of the CU Board of Trustees; and Dr. Ted Taylor, director of CU's Big Maroon Club. Sun Tan City has been a corporate sponsor for the last four years. - - Campbellsville University

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