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NJPEC Expands Scholarship Awards

July 12, 2007

The New Jersey Packaging Executives Club has introduced several new award programs: The Smith Design Award based on graphic design submissions, a packaging design contest targeting local high school students to be initiated in 2008, the Robert Scheffler Packaging Innovation Award, a packaging innovation and design contest to honor Robert Scheffler. These new contests and awards join the annual NJPEC scholarships that are awarded, based on academic performance and financial need, to select students who are enrolled at colleges or universities within the United States.

The Dr. Frederick Rimmele Memorial Scholarship, in memory of NJPEC member Frederick Rimmele Sr.’s son , is awarded to the son or daughter of an NJPEC member in good standing.

The Kathleen Brady-Zito Memorial Scholarship, awarded by Vince Brady, NJPEC member and chief executive officer of Brad-Pak Enterprises, honors the memory of his daughter, a graduate of Rutgers University.
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