Chairman of GlobalHue continues scholarship for aspiring Hispanic and African-American entrepreneurs

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Donald A. Coleman, Chairman of GlobalHue, a minority-owned, full-service marketing communications agency, announced the Coleman Entrepreneurial Scholarship (CES) program. In its second year, the program provides scholarships to deserving African-American and
Hispanic college students majoring or concentrating in entrepreneurship.

CES was established as a testament to the importance of education,
especially amongst ethnic youth in the United States. Furthermore, the
program strives to promote entrepreneurship as a career choice amongst
ethnic college students.

“After a successful kick-off year in 2009, we thought that it was time
to expand the CES reach and amplify our entrepreneurial message,” says
Kelli Coleman, Vice President of Business Development at GlobalHue.
“This year, we are offering scholarships to African-American and
Hispanic students at all four-year accredited colleges and
universities.”

CES was pleased to award 10 deserving students the scholarship last
year and is proud to continue supporting students who have made a
commitment to their educational endeavors towards entrepreneurial
success in business.

Up to 10 scholarships of $5,000 each will be awarded for educational
expenses to full-time college juniors or seniors for use in the
2010-11 academic year. The CES program is sponsored by GlobalHue and
managed by Scholarship Management Services®, a division of Scholarship
America®.