PSU Alumni Association partners with Harris Connect for 2006 Alumni Directory

August 25th, 2005 by Adam

We are pleased to announce that work has begun on our Plymouth State University 2006 Alumni Directory. It is our hope that this project will be able to give you an additional resource that can serve as a complete and up-to-date reference of all Plymouth State University alumni. To make this directory even more successful than our last edition, in 1994, we need your input.

Many of you already have received postcards and e-mails from our trusted partner in this project, Harris Connect. Rest assured that any e-mail, mail or telephone communication from Harris Connect is legitimate and done on behalf of the Plymouth State University 2006 Alumni Directory project. We could not complete this project with the cooperative efforts of Harris Connect.

Once again we’ve chosen Harris Connect, Inc. (formerly Harris Publishing Company Inc.) to produce our alumni directory. This company’s years of experience ensure a quality publication that we feel will become an invaluable reference for you. For more information about Harris Connect and the Plymouth State University 2006 Alumni Directory project, please visit www.alumniconnections.com/update and use the Frequently Asked Questions link.

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