Follett Contributes to University of Scranton Capital Campaign

May 27, 2009

Follett Higher Education Group contributed $1.6 million to The University of Scranton’s Pride, Passion, Promise Campaign. Scranton’s $100 million capital campaign - the largest in the University’s 121-year history - supports Scranton’s endowment, annual resources and transformational capital improvement projects, such as the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center, where the bookstore is located. Follett has served as the university’s bookstore for 40 years.  Representing The University of Scranton are, from left, Edward Steinmetz, vice president for finance/treasurer, Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., president, and Patrick Leahy, vice president for university relations, and representing Follett are Patrick Usher, senior vice president, David Klein, group vice president, Sharon Baron, regional manager, Mike McEneany, vice president of marketing, and Donald Drasba, bookstore manager.

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