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Advertisement Baileigh Allen named 2017 CBSA scholarship recipient
by Report submitted · June 15th, 2017


The Copper & Brass Servicenter Association (CBSA) has awarded Baileigh Allen a 2017 CBSA Scholarship. Baileigh is the daughter of Matthew Allen, an employee of PMX Industires. She was selected to receive the CBSA Scholarship based on her academic achievement, extracurricular activities and financial need.

Baileigh will be a freshman in the fall at the University of Iowa and plans on majoring in biology/pre-medicine. During high school, she maintained a 3.83 GPA while participating in volleyball and bowling. Baileigh served as the president of the ONE Campaign and was a peer buddy through the Best Buddies program. She also holds a part-time job at ESP International and volunteers in the local schools and hospitals.

CBSA congratulates Baileigh on her outstanding achievements and wishes her continued success.

Funded by donations from CBSA member companies, CBSA awards multiple scholarships in various amounts to deserving young men and women each year. CBSA member company employees, children of member company employees and students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program for industrial distribution are eligible to apply for the CBSA scholarship.

The CBSA Educational Foundation was established to develop and administer the annual scholarship program at the undergraduate school level to promote study in fields helpful to the copper and brass and/or industrial distribution industries. Through the CBSA Charitable Foundation, CBSA offers annual scholarships to children of employees of CBSA's member companies and to students studying industrial distribution. This program benefits both deserving students and academic institutions while also helping to channel outstanding personnel into employment within the copper and brass industries.

The CBSA Scholarship Program:

1. Provides meaningful financial support for the education of worthy scholarship candidates.

2. Benefits the business community through better-educated people.

3. Exposes scholarship candidates to the ever-expanding industrial distribution industry.

4. Strengthens CBSA through a direct link to education today.
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