Brunswick awards college scholarships

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Brunswick Corp. recently awarded $56,000 in college scholarships to 28 sons and daughters of dealership owners and employees in the U.S. and Canada.

The Brunswick Foundation Sons and Daughters Scholarship Program recognizes recipients for their academic excellence, leadership capabilities and civic involvement during the last school year, and they are chosen by an independent committee of academic professionals at leading Midwestern universities.

The program is part of Brunswick Dealer Advantage, a wide-ranging group of dealer support services available to more than 5,000 Brunswick Marine, Life Fitness and Brunswick Billiards dealers in the U.S. and Canada.

"Brunswick Dealer Advantage and the Brunswick Foundation scholarship program allow us to directly help dealers and their families," said Judith Zelisko, president of the Brunswick Foundation and Brunswick vice president of tax. "Brunswick Corporation has a long history of charitable contributions and we are proud to be able to contribute again this year."

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