University of Connecticut Alumni

March 9, 2009
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If you are a fellow University of Connecticut Alumni I would appreciate your support.
Last year I was asked to join the University of Connecticut Alumni Association Marketing Committee. I have also been asked to run for in the upcoming Board of Directors election which I understand is rather competitive.

Ballots will be included with the Spring […]

If you are a fellow University of Connecticut Alumni I would appreciate your support.

Last year I was asked to join the University of Connecticut Alumni Association Marketing Committee. I have also been asked to run for in the upcoming Board of Directors election which I understand is rather competitive.

Ballots will be included with the Spring 2009 copy of MemberExtra. If you are an Alumni and wish to join the association you may do so here. To read about myself and the other candidates please visit Meet The Candidates.

Thank you for your consideration,

 Tom

Link to original postTom H. C. Anderson – Anderson Analytics

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