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Books About Undergraduate Scholarships

  1. Shakurra Amatulla, Get your money, honey: A student's guide to staying alive, 2nd edition, For Us Publications, Washington, DC, 1984. ISBN 0-91538-301-2 ($4.95). 69 pages. Out of print.

  2. Robert L. Bailey, How and where to get scholarships and financial aid for college, ARCO, New York, 1986. ISBN 0-66806-424-2 ($7.95). 170 pages.

  3. John B. Bear and Mariah P. Bear, Bear's Guide to Finding Money for College, 1996, Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, California, 1995. ISBN 0-89815-776-5 ($9.95). 150 pages. To order a copy, write to Ten Speed Press, PO Box 7123, Berkeley, CA 94707.

  4. Lemuel Berry Jr., Minority Financial Aid Directory, Kendall Hunt Publishers, 1995. ISBN 0-84039-944-8 ($45.95). Contains more than 4,000 listings of scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans for minority students.

  5. Laurie Blum, Free Money for College, 3rd edition, Facts on File, New York, 1994. ISBN 0-81602-850-8 ($14.95). 256 pages. Includes more than 1,000 grants and scholarships for undergraduate students. To order a copy, call 1-800-322-8755 or 1-212-683-2244, or write to Facts on File, 460 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016.

  6. Daniel J. Cassidy, The Scholarship Book, 5th edition, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1996. ISBN 0-13476-078-6 hardcover ($32.95), ISBN 0-13-476060-3 paper ($24.95). 356 pages. This book lists awards from 1,086 sources. (Although the awards are numbered from 1 to 1,513, several awards are duplicated and are listed in multiple fields. Indexed by discipline and title. Covers domestic and international scholarships for undergraduate students.

  7. Daniel J. Cassidy, The Scholarship Book: The Complete Guide to Private-Sector Scholarships, Grants, and Loans for Undergraduates, 4th edition, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1993. ISBN 0-13799-545-8 ($19.95). 400 pages. Indexed by discipline and title. Covers domestic and international scholarships for undergraduate students.

  8. Daniel J. Cassidy, Worldwide College Scholarship Directory, 4th edition, Career Press, 1995. ISBN 1-56414-208-6 ($19.99). 249 pages. This book is organized by field, and alphabetically within each field. If an award applies to multiple fields, the listing for the award is repeated in each field. This effectively inflates the award count and the bulk of the book by 50%. Although the listings number from 1 to 1,535, there only about 1,000 different listings when the duplicates are eliminated. The book is a worldwide guide only in the sense that it includes listings for study abroad by US students. Less than 60 of the awards are available to international students, with the bulk of those for Canadian students. The book includes several indexes, and is compiled from the National Scholarship Research Service (NSRS) database in San Rafael, California. To order a copy, call 1-800-CAREER-1 or 1-201-427-0229, or fax 1-201-848-1727 or 1-201-427-2037.

  9. Chronicle Financial Aid Guide 1993-94, Chronicle Guidance Publications, Inc., Moravia, New York, 1993. ISBN 1-55631-242-3 ($22.47). Order number 502A. 320 pages. Provides information on more than 1,650 financial aid programs, including more than 900 offered by private organizations and professional societies. The book also includes sections on federal programs and on state and regional programs for awards limited by region. Indexed by subject and program of study. Also includes an extensive bibliography. Revised annually. To order a copy, call 1-800-622-7284 or 1-315-497-0330, fax 1-315-497-3359, or write to Chronicle Guidance Publications, 66 Aurora Street, PO Box 1190, Moravia, NY 13118-1190.

  10. Chronicle Four-Year College Databook 1995-96, Chronicle Guidance Publications, Inc., Moravia, New York, 1995. ISBN 1-55631-240-7 ($22.49). Order number 502CM4. 467 pages. This directory provides information about enrollment, admissions, costs, and financial aid at 2,143 four-year colleges and universities. Revised annually. To order a copy, call 1-800-622-7284 or 1-315-497-0330, fax 1-315-497-3359, or write to Chronicle Guidance Publications, 66 Aurora Street, PO Box 1190, Moravia, NY 13118-1190.

  11. Chronicle Two-Year College Databook 1995-96, Chronicle Guidance Publications, Inc., Moravia, New York, 1995. ISBN 1-55631-241-5 ($22.46). Order number 502CM2. 366 pages. This directory provides information about enrollment, admissions, costs, and financial aid at 2,408 two-year colleges. Revised annually. To order a copy, call 1-800-622-7284 or 1-315-497-0330, fax 1-315-497-3359, or write to Chronicle Guidance Publications, 66 Aurora Street, PO Box 1190, Moravia, NY 13118-1190.

  12. Chronicle Vocational School Manual 1995-96, Chronicle Guidance Publications, Inc., Moravia, New York, 1995. ISBN 1-55631-250-4 ($22.48). Order number 502VS. 295 pages. This directory provides information about enrollment, admissions, costs, and financial aid at 3,672 vocational schools. Revised annually. To order a copy, call 1-800-622-7284 or 1-315-497-0330, fax 1-315-497-3359, or write to Chronicle Guidance Publications, 66 Aurora Street, PO Box 1190, Moravia, NY 13118-1190.

  13. John E. Coons and Stephen D. Sugarman, Scholarships for children, Institute of Governmental Studies Press, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1992. ISBN 0-87772-333-8. 85 pages.

  14. Anthony Darby, The great American national scholarships & grants guide: A student's guide to financial assistance, Dclaren Enterprises, West Bloomfield, Michigan, 1992. ISBN 0-96307-251-X. 129 pages.

  15. Marguerite J. Dennis, Mortgaged futures: How to graduate from school without going broke, Hope Press, Washington, DC, 1986. ISBN 0-96158-782-2 ($9.95). 175 pages.

  16. ETS, Scholarship Programs Using the Location Service Offered by the Educational Testing Service, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey, 1993. Free. Describes 70 scholarship programs.

  17. S. Norman Feingold and Marie Feingold, Scholarships, Fellowships, and Loans, 9th edition, Bellman Publishing Company, Bethesda, Maryland, 1992-1993. $80. Scholarships, fellowships, and loans. Since 1992, editions are now published by Gale Research.

  18. Miranda H. Ferrara and Sandra Jaszczak, The Awards Almanac: An International Guide to Career, Research, and Education Funds, 1996, St. James Press (Gale Research), Detroit, Michigan, 1995. ISBN 1-55862-331-0 ($125). Very detailed and comprehensive. Listings are organized alphabetically, with sponsor, place of study, special recipients, and subject indexes. There are more than 2,500 awards listed from nearly 1,500 organizations. To order a copy, write to St. James Press, 835 Penobscot Building, Detroit, MI 48226-4094.

  19. S. Robert Freede, Ca$h for College, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1975. Out of print.

  20. Grants for Scholarships, Student Aid, and Loans, Foundation Center, New York, October 1996. ISBN 0-87954-696-4 ($75 plus $4.50 shipping to US destinations or $11 overseas shipping). Order code SCH96. 106 pages. Updated annually. This book lists 2,448 grants by 482 foundations to colleges and universities for the purpose of providing scholarships, fellowships, student financial aid services, and internships. These grants are NOT available to individuals. The information is based on IRS Form 990s and responses to questionnaires. The book includes recipient name, recipient location, and subject indexes. This is a key reference, and useful to educational institutions that are seeking support for financial aid programs. To order a copy, call 1-800-424-9836 or 1-212-620-4230, fax 1-212-807-3677, or write to Foundation Center, 79 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003-3076.

  21. L. Victoria Hall (ed), Foundation Grants to Individuals, 9th edition, Foundation Center, New York, March 1995. ISBN 0-87954-604-2 ($65 plus $4.50 shipping to US destinations or $11 overseas shipping). Order code GTI9. 630 pages. Updated annually. This book contains listings for more than 2,650 foundations that make grants to individuals, including those that provide educational support (scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans). The information is based on IRS Form 990s and responses to questionnaires. The book includes subject, grant type, geographic, sponsor, and school indexes. This is a key reference work and is very carefully researched. It includes a few scholarships and fellowships for international students. To order a copy, call 1-800-424-9836 or 1-212-620-4230, fax 1-212-807-3677, or write to Foundation Center, 79 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003-3076.

  22. Huber William Hurt, Harriett-Jeanne Hurt and Christian E. Burckel, The College Blue Book -- Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants and Loans, Volume 5, 25th edition, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 1995. ISBN 0-02-895147-6 five volume set ($235). ISBN 0-02-895148-4 single-user CD-ROM ($335). ISBN 0-02-895151-4 network CD-ROM ($425). ISBN 0-02-895149-2 five volume set and single-user CD-ROM ($545). ISBN 0-02-895152-2 five volume set and network CD-ROM ($645). Revised every two years. The College Blue Book is a five-volume set that provides information about post-secondary education and financial aid. Volume 5, which is 895 pages long, provides information about scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans from private and public sources. It includes information about awards for undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral students. Awards are organized according to discipline, meaning that some listings are repeated. So, even though the awards are numbered from 1 to 2,753, the book lists only about 2,000 distinct award programs from approximately 1,000 sponsors. The book includes award title, sponsor, subject, and education level indexes. The CD-ROM lets you search for awards by subject area, award title, sponsor, and educational level. Volume 5 (ISBN 0-02-895026-7) was previously available separately for $48.00, but this appears to no longer be true. To order a copy, call 1-800-716-0044 or 1-317-228-4366, fax 1-800-882-8583 or 1-317-228-4304, write to Macmillan Publishing, 201 West 103rd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46290, or send email to orders@mcp.com. You can also call 1-800-257-5755 or 1-800-261-8783, or write to Macmillan Publishing Company, 866 Third Avenue, Fifth Floor, New York, NY 10022.

  23. Mark Kantrowitz and Joann P. DiGennaro, Prentice Hall Guide to Scholarships and Fellowships for Math and Science Students, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1993. ISBN 0-13045-345-5 paper ($19.95). ISBN 0-13045-337-4 hardcover ($29.95). 325 pages. Focuses on resources for math, science, and engineering students, but also includes programs that do not restrict the student's field of study. Covers scholarships, fellowships, contests, competitions, internships, summer employment, study abroad. Includes many programs for female and minority students. Provides excellent advice on finding sources of financial aid, applying to undergraduate and graduate school, and surviving and thriving in graduate school.

  24. Oreon Pierre Keeslar and Judy Keeslar Santamaria, Financial Aids for Higher Education, 17th edition, Brown & Benchmark, Publishers, Dubuque, Iowa, 1996. ISBN 0-69712-415-1 ($41.75). 600 pages. This book lists mostly undergraduate scholarships, with a handful of graduate fellowships, for a total of about 3,000 programs. The listings are organized alphabetically, with a regular index and 16 subject indexes. To order a copy, call 1-800-338-5578 or 1-319-588-1451 or write to William C. Brown Company, 2460 Kerper Blvd., Dubuque, IA 52001.

  25. Debra M. Kirby and Christa Brelin, Fund Your Way Through College: Uncovering 1,700 Great Opportunities in Undergraduate Financial Aid, Visible Ink Press (Gale Research), Detroit, Michigan, 1994. ISBN 0-81039-457-X ($19.95). 731 pages. Organized alphabetically, with geographic, field, and characteristic indexes. To order a copy, call 1-800-877-4253 or write to Gale Research, Inc., 835 Penobscot Building, Detroit, MI 48226-4094.

  26. Debra M. Kirby, Scholarships, Fellowships, and Loans 1996, 10th edition, Gale Research, Inc., Detroit, Michigan, 1995. ISBN 0-8103-9114-7 ($140.00). 769 pages. Covers domestic and international fellowships for graduate and post-doctoral students and faculty. The book includes approximately 4,000 listings organized alphabetically by sponsor, with a quick-reference chart. Previous editions by Norman and Marie Feingold, Bellman Publishing Company, Scholarships, Fellowships, and Loans. To order a copy, call 1-800-877-4253 or write to Gale Research, Inc., 835 Penobscot Building, Detroit, MI 48226-4094.

  27. Robert Leider and Mary Ann Schindler, Robert Leider's Your Own Financial Aid Factory: The best guide to locating college money, 5th edition, Octameron Press, Alexandria, Virginia, 1984. 1980 edition has 143 pages. ISBN 0-91776-016-6 ($4.95). For more information, call 1-703-836-5480 or write to Octameron Associates, PO Box 2748, Alexandria, VA 22301. Superseded by later publications.

  28. Clarence E. Lovejoy and Theodore S. Jones, College Scholarship Guide, Simon & Schuster, Inc., ???. 125 pages. Scholarships, fellowships, and loans from educational and fraternal groups, government, and industry.

  29. Cynthia Ruiz McKee and Phillip C. McKee Jr., Ca$h for College: The Ultimate Guide to College Scholarships, 1st edition, Hearst Books, New York, 1993. ISBN 0-68812-179-9 ($16.95). 510 pages. Includes more than 4,000 listings of undergraduate aid sources. This book lists private and college-controlled aid, organized alphabetically and indexed by field of study and student characteristics. To order a copy, write to Hearst Books, William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019.

  30. Cynthia Ruiz McKee and Phillip C. McKee Jr., Dinero Para La Universidad -- Una Guia Para Padres -- Companero Para Cash for College, Hearst Marine Books, Willima Morrow & Co., 1995. ISBN 0-68813-611-7 ($9.00). Spanish translation of Ca$h for College: The Ultimate Guide to College Scholarships.

  31. "Fellowships and Grants", Publications of the Modern Language Association of America (PMLA) Directory Issue, 106(4):912-937, September, 1991. $45. Lists pre-doctoral, post-doctoral, and faculty fellowships in the humanities. Write to Modern Language Association of America, Member and Customer Services Office, 10 Astor Place, New York, NY 10003-6981.

  32. Alice Murphey, You Can Afford College, Kaplan Books (Simon & Schuster), 1996. ISBN 0-684-83387-5 ($27.95). 271 pages. Includes EFC estimation software for PC and Macintosh systems on CD-ROM. A general overview of financial aid for college. Covers calculating costs, filling out the application forms (with examples), EFC estimation, and comparing aid packages. Includes a table of cost and aid data for more than 350 schools. To order a copy, call 1-800-KAP-ITEM, write to Kaplan Books, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020, or send email to info@kaplan.com.

  33. Lisa M. Muto and Paul A. Bohlmann, The Harvard College Guide to Grants, Office of Career Services, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1994. ISBN 0-943747-14-7 ($13 + $2 shipping and handling in US, $10 shipping and handling for overseas orders). 304 pages. This book provides general information about grantsmanship for college students and recent graduates and detailed information about the major national grant and fellowship competitions. It also includes information about grants for study in the US (organized alphabetically within arts, humanities, science, social science, and unrestricted categories), grants for study overseas (by geographic area), internships, and an extensive bibliography. There are sponsor and student characteristic indexes, as well as a separate index for women and minority students. The book lists a total of 253 awards. To order a copy, write to Publications, Office of Career Services, Harvard University, 54 Dunster St., Cambridge, MA 02138 or call 1-617-495-2595.

  34. Need a Lift?, 45th edition, The American Legion, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1996. $3.00. 128 pages. Covers scholarships, fellowships and loans for undergraduate and graduate students. Special coverage of federal programs and programs for veterans and their dependents. Extensive annotated bibliography. Revised annually. To order a copy, send a $3 check or money order to Need a Lift?, The American Legion, National Emblem Sales, PO Box 1050, Indianapolis, IN 46206. For more information, call 1-317-630-1251 or 1-800-4-LEGION, or fax 1-317-630-1381.

  35. Octameron Associates, Loans and Grants from Uncle Sam: Am I Eligible and for How Much?, 3rd edition, Octameron Associates, Alexandria, Virginia, September 1995. ISBN 1-57509-000-7 ($6.00). 72 pages. This book provides information about federal loan and grant programs for undergraduate students. It includes a worksheet for determining eligibility and estimating the size of your award, and a list of Title IV Institutional Codes for most colleges and universities. The book also provides explanations of eligibility, deferments, loan forgiveness, loan consolidation, and repayment schedules. To order this or other Octameron books, call 1-703-836-5480 or write to Octameron Associates, PO Box 2748, Alexandria, VA 22301.

  36. Peterson's Scholarships, Grants, and Prizes 1997, Peterson's Guides, Princeton, New Jersey, 1996. ISBN 1-56079-696-0 ($24.95), ISBN 1-56079-734-7 (software only, $15 + $4.25 shipping). 501 pages. This book lists more than 770,000 awards from 1,900 sources. It comes with a very nice Windows scholarship database that provides the same information as in the book, but in a convenient, searchable format. (A Macintosh version is available upon request.) The software lets you enter a profile to find a list of awards that match your interests. The matching award sources can be sorted by name, deadline, number of awards, and award amount. You can select a source for more detailed information, such as the address and description. The only flaw with this book is the claim that it lists more than $2.5 billion in private aid. Peterson's calculated that figure by summing the product of the high award amount with the number of awards. This overestimates the total by at least a factor of seven. A more conservative estimate would place the total amount of private aid listed at about $500 million, which is still a considerable figure. The book also includes state-controlled scholarships and grants, in addition to private aid. Revised annually. To order a copy, call 1-800-EDU-DATA (1-800-338-3282) x660 or 1-609-243-9111 x660 (x462 for Spanish), fax 1-609-243-9150, write to Peterson's Guides, Dept. PWB, PO Box 2123, Princeton, NJ 08543-2123, or send email to custsvc@petersons.com.

  37. Resource Guide to Student Financial Aid, 1st edition, Grayco Publishing, West Warwick, Rhode Island, 1990. $24.95 plus $1.40 postage and handling. Companion volume to The Federal Educational and Scholarship Funding Guide. Step by step instructions on how to get grants, loans, and scholarships. To order a copy, write to Grayco Publishing, PO Box 1291, West Warwick, RI 02893.

  38. Edward H. Rosenwasser, Less Competitive College Grants and Loans, 2nd edition, Student College Aid, Houston, Texas, 1995. ISBN 0-932495-09-5 ($16.99 + $3.75 postage). 346 pages. This book is based on an interesting concept. The idea is that the odds of winning a less competitive grant are greater, so students should focus on applying for those awards. Of course, if the book sells well, the awards listed might become more competitive, defeating the purpose of the book! Many of the awards listed in the book have geographic restrictions and include smaller awards that are not very well publicized. The awards are organized geographically by state and by field. The book lists approximately 2,076 awards. There is no index, and the use of a sans serif font makes the book hard to read. To order a copy, call 1-800-245-5137 or 1-713-796-2209, fax 1-713-796-9963, or write to Student College Aid, 7950 N Stadium Drive #229, Houston, TX 77030.

  39. Gail Ann Schlachter and R. David Weber, College Student's Guide to Merit and Other No-Need Funding, 1996-98, 1st edition, Reference Service Press, San Carlos, California, 1996. ISBN 0-918276-30-6 hardcover ($29.95 plus $4.50 p&h). 364 pages. Updated every two years. This book includes listings for more than 1,100 portable, non-need-based financial aid awards for college students. This book includes only awards for undergraduate students. It does not include any awards restricted to high school students. It also excludes college-controlled awards, overly restrictive programs, and programs for study outside the US. In addition to the award listings, the book includes a list of state sources of funding and a list of recommended books. The award programs are organized according to field, with 405 programs in the sciences, 217 in the social sciences, 238 in the humanities, and 268 that aren't restricted to a particular field. Each listing includes a reasonable amount of detail. There are award title, sponsor, geographic, subject, and deadline indexes. To order a copy, call 1-415-594-0743, fax 1-415-594-0411, write to Reference Service Press, 1100 Industrial Road, Suite #9, San Carlos, CA 94070-4131, or send email to rspstaff@aol.com.

  40. Gail Ann Schlachter and R. David Weber, High School Senior's Guide to Merit and Other No-Need Funding, 1996-98, 1st edition, Reference Service Press, San Carlos, California, 1996. ISBN 0-918276-29-2 hardcover ($25.95 plus $4.50 p&h). 340 pages. Updated every two years. This book includes listings for more than 1,000 portable, non-need-based financial aid awards for high school seniors. To order a copy, call 1-415-594-0743, fax 1-415-594-0411, write to Reference Service Press, 1100 Industrial Road, Suite #9, San Carlos, CA 94070-4131, or send email to rspstaff@aol.com.

  41. John Schwartz, College Scholarships and Financial Aid, 6th edition, ARCO (Macmillan), 1995. ISBN 0-02860-329-X ($21.95). ISBN 0-02860-585-3 with software ($29.95). 444 pages. This book is a directory of scholarships and grants from 2,252 sources, organized by field. There are major, criteria, and alphabetical indexes. The book also includes an overview of financial aid, federal and state aid, and how to apply for financial aid. There is also a glossary. To order a copy, call 1-800-716-0044 or 1-317-228-4366, fax 1-800-882-8583 or 1-317-228-4304, write to Macmillan Publishing, 201 West 103rd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46290, or send email to orders@mcp.com. You can also write to Macmillan Publishing Corporation, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019, or call 1-800-261-8783.

  42. Byron W. Story, The complete guide to sources of financial assistance: Cash grants, scholarships, and fellowships for almost any purpose, BWS Research Corp., Arlington, Virginia, 1990. 69 pages.

  43. Student Financial Services, The Financial Aid Book, 2nd edition, Perpetual Press, Seattle, Washington, 1996. ISBN 1-881199-30-4 ($19.95). 557 pages. This book lists approximately 3,300 sources of financial aid, including about 450 listings for international students. The book is broken down into separate sections for scholarships, loans, and fellowships. Don't be misled by the numbering scheme which makes it appear to have 5,600 listings; there are many gaps, with the actual number of awards a little over 3,000. The book is of reasonable quality and accuracy. This book includes indexes for field and various student characteristics. Previously entitled Directory of Private Scholarships, Loans, and Internships/Fellowships. If you order this book from the distributor (Independent Publishers Group, 814 North Franklin Street, Chicago, IL 60610; phone 1-312-337-0747, fax 1-312-337-5985) or a bookstore, the cost is $19.95. If you order it as part of a 'program' that includes The Government Financial Aid Book direct from Student Financial Services (Perpetual Press, PO Box 45628, Seattle, WA 98145-0628), the price increases to $74.95!

  44. Student Services, The Complete Scholarship Book, Sourcebooks, Inc., 1996. ISBN 1-57071-127-5 ($22.95). 604 pages. This book contains 5,047 listings, half of which are college-specific. Even so, with more than 2,400 portable awards, this book is one of the largest. It includes listings for many unusual scholarships not found in other books, such as the National Pork Fellowship or the American Welding Society Scholarship. The book also includes a set of 52 good tips for finding financial aid. It includes a subject index, but could badly use a sponsor index. The book is based on the FastWeb database compiled by FastWeb LLC. To place an order, call 1-800-43-BRIGHT or 1-708-961-3900, fax 1-708-961-2168, or write to Sourcebooks, Inc., PO Box 372, Naperville, IL 60566.

  45. Sheila Sylvester, Educational Financial Aids: A guide to selected fellowships, scholarships, and internships in higher education, American Association of University Women, Washington, DC, 1981. $4.00. 35 pages. Out of print. For more information call 1-202-785-7700 or write to American Association of University Women, 1111 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036-4809.

  46. The Financial Aid Book, Garrett Park Press, Garrett Park, Maryland, 1994. ISBN 1-881199-26-6 ($21.95). 538 pages. Contains listings of scholarships, grants, and fellowships from more than 3,000 public and private sources. To order a copy, call 1-301-946-2553 or write to Garrett Park Press, PO Box 190, Garrett Park, MD 20896.

  47. W. K. Wilson and B. L. Wilson, Directory of Research Grants 1992, Oryx Press, Phoenix, Arizona, 1992. Listings of funding sources for medicine, science, art, humanities, and education. Includes fellowships. Updated annually. To order a copy, call 1-800-279-6799 or 1-602-265-2651, fax 1-800-279-4663, write to Oryx Press, 4041 N. Central, Suite 700, Phoenix, AZ 85012-3397, or send email to info@oryxpress.com.
 

 
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