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The Animal Agriculture Alliance announces the results of its first College Aggies Online program, a nationwide competition developed in partnership with American National Cattle Women to help college students utilize social media tools to share agriculture's story.

Western Kentucky University's (WKU) Block and Bridle Club members was the top-scoring club. The group will receive a $750 scholarship and a trip to Washington, D.C., for one representative to attend the Alliance's Stakeholders Summit.

The individual high score went to Celeste Laurent of WKU and she will receive a $250 scholarship. Danielle Hammer of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls came in second place and will be awarded $100.
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Publication:Agri Marketing
Date:May 1, 2010
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