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[[center]]HERBERT H. WRIGHT[[/center]] Tallahassee born, Morehouse College Educated Herbert H. Wright has been Manager of Public Relations Administration for Philip Morris Inc. since June 1964. Before joining the tobacco company in 1945, Mr. Wright was chief of the Civilian Payroll Division at Tuskegee Army Air Field. During his 22 years with Philip Morris he has worked in the firm's college program, served as Assistant to the Sales Promotion Manager and was Assistant Director of Public Relations. Active in Community affairs, Mr. Wright is a 32º Mason, a Shriner, a member of the Elks, and a member of the National Association of Market Developers. [[image right - large photograph of Herbert H. Wright]] [[image left - small photograph of young Herbert H. Wright]]Stafford Rosenthal Manager Tropical Africa for Philip Morris International.[[/image]] [[image left - Eyre R. Saitch]] [[center]]EYRE R. SAITCH[[/center]] Eyre R. Saitch is Assistant to the Vice President-Marketing for the American Safety Razor Company. A native of Bermuda, Mr. Saitch studied at Wilberforce University and the New School For Social Research in New York City. He is a member of the Masons, Elks, the National Association of Market Developers, and was formerly a professional basketball player and, for several years, was Negro National Tennis Champion. Mr. Saitch resides with his wife and daughter in Englewood, New Jersey. [[center]]THOMAS B. SHROPSHIRE[[/center]] Thomas B. Shropshire is Sales Manager—Tropical Africa of Philip Morris International. Previously, he was Export Representative for West Africa. Mr. Shropshire received his B.S. degree from Lincoln University in 1950. He has also attended the graduate School of Business Administration at New York University. Was on active duty with the Navy from 1944 to 1946. Mr. Shropshire is a member of the American Marketing Association, the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce, the African-American Chamber of Commerce and the International Advertising Association and National Association of Market Developers.[[image right - large photograph of Thomas B. Shropshire]]
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