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[[image - black & white photograph of presentation of a contribution to the National Urban League's Black Executive Exchange Program]] [[caption]]BEEP! -- Northwest Industries Foundation recently made a contribution to the National Urban League's Black Executive Exchange Program (BEEP) through its subsidiary, The Buckingham Corporation, sole U.S. distributor of Cutty Sark Scotch Whisky and Mouton-Cadet Rothschild wines. Shown receiving the $500 contribution are (l. to r.) WIlliam R. Simms, director, National Urban League Rund, Renee DuJean, director of BEEP, and George C. Utendahl, Buckingham marketing development specialist who made the presentation on behalf of his firm.[[/caption]] George Utendahl is well known nationally for directing Cutty Sark's involvement in community projects. [[image - black & white photograph of attendees to the Buckingham Corp. Cocktail and Buffet Luncheon ]] [[caption]]Pictured here are a few of the Cutty Sark friends that attended the Buckingham Corp. Cocktail and Buffet Luncheon at the Sheraton Inn at LaGuardia prior to attending the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Memorial Football Classic between Grambling and North Carolina A & T at Shea Stadium. Left to Right -- Standing: Pat Cascione, N.Y.S. Director for the Buckingham Corp., Elmor Jones, Chris Robinson, Vinnie Cunningham, II, Inez Gumbs, Lindy Hawkins, Marvin Bryant, Beatrice Baker, Ed Sweeper; Kneeling: Bob M[[?]] and George C. Utendahl, Marketing Development Specialist, who acted as host for the Cutty Sark group.[[/caption]] [[image - black & white photograph of the presentation of a scholarship check]] [[caption]]A WINNER! -- Bill Stinson (second from right), Maryland-Delaware-D.C. marketing director for the Buckingham Corporation, sole U.S. distributor of Cutty Sark Scotch Whisky, presents a $500 check to Miss Karen Brown, recipient of the National United Licensees Beverage Association's national scholarship award. The presentation was made during the association's annual convention scholarship luncheon in Newark, N.J. Guest speaker for the occasion was Newark's Mayor Kenneth A. Gibson Looking on as Miss Brown accepts her check are (l. to r.) George C. Utendahl, markketing development specialist for Buckingham; Jacques A. Wilson, president, District of Columbia N.U.L.B.A. chapter; James E. Grant, president, National United Licensees Beverage As-sn; Miss Brown; Stinson; and William O. Woodson, executive secretary, N.U.L.B.A. Miss Brown will use the scholarship award to study business administration at Howard Univ.[[/caption]]
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