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Clorox Company Names HSF Recipients

June 7, 2013

• The Clorox Company and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) announced the 12 recipients of the Clorox Suena Sin Limites/Dream Without Limits scholarship program, aimed at supporting college-bound Hispanic high school students and Hispanic moms. From the nearly 5,000 applications received, six mothers and six high school seniors are being awarded a $10,000 scholarship each to attend an accredited US university during the 2013-2014 school year.

“At Clorox we recognize the importance of dreaming big and pursuing a higher education degree as the key to a brighter future,” said Robin M. Santos, PR manager at The Clorox Company. “Along with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, we are proud to be able to have a positive impact in the personal and professional lives of six remarkable Hispanic high school seniors and six deserving Hispanic mothers through our Suena Sin Limites scholarships.”

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