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NMRA gives scholarships to three Westlawn students

The National Marine Representatives Association recently awarded its first academic scholarships.

Three students from the Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology were awarded these initial scholarships. Oren Niskin, Andrew Grossi and Frederick Richardson are all currently enrolled in one of the four modules in Westlawn’s professional yacht- and boat-design program.

Each was awarded $1,500.

The NMRA is a national organization dedicated to serving independent sales representatives and manufacturers who sell through them.

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