Gretsch Foundation Announces Duke Kramer MBA Graduate Assistantship

An endowment in the memory Charles “Duke” Kramer has been set up at Georgia Southern University by The Gretsch Foundation.

Kramer started selling musical instruments for the Gretsch Co. in 1935 at age 19. By the time he passed away in August 2005, he was a 70-year employee affectionately known as “Mr. Guitar Man.”

The endowment creating the “Duke Kramer MBA Graduate Assistantship” will be held in perpetuity by the Georgia Southern University Foundation, with annual interest being used to award a scholarship each year to one or more deserving MBA applicants who meet the award criteria. The scholarship committee will select recipients based on academic qualifications, and the scholarship will be renewable for no more than two years.

Those interested in adding gifts to the “Duke Kramer MBA Graduate Assistantship” may contact the Georgia Southern University Foundation at (912) 681-5253. Those interested in learning how to qualify for the “Duke Kramer MBA Graduate Assistantship” and other Georgia Southern scholarships may contact the University’s Financial Aid Office at (912) 681-5413 or go to the Web site at students.georgiasouthern.edu/finaid/.

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