The Randy Lusk Memorial Fund was formed by the ABA School of Bank Marketing and Management, Class of 1989, in memory of Randy C. Lusk, a student of the ABA School of Bank Marketing and Management, who tragically died during a robbery at his bank in 1989. The goal of the scholarship is to provide Year Two students the opportunity to complete the program, if their bank is unable to pay tuition. Each year, students can submit an application to be considered for the Randy Lusk Scholarship.
Each year, the Randy Lusk class officers organize the networking and social activities around the ABA SBMM to allow classmates the opportunity to create long-lasting professional relationships. The $125 fee goes to defray the cost of those activities, while providing financial support to keep the scholarship fund healthy and available for years to come.
This year, we are fortunate to have several great sponsors of our events, including Financial Marketing Solutions, who is the sponsor for our Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets evening in the Turner Field corporate suites. All classmates are invited to sponsored events, and those events will be communicated to students throughout the school.
We all come from small marketing departments, and the relationships you will form over the week at ABA SBMM will truly help you solve problems and overcome obstacles in your position. It is strongly encouraged that you participate in the Randy Lusk activities to take full advantage of the networking and relationship building that makes this week so beneficial to you and your bank.
The ABA School of Bank Marketing and Management is the industry standard for bank marketing education. It is the only national school of its kind.
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