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Leadership and Service

Q-Business connects PLU to business community

Phil Waldner, President of Fife Towing, one of a growing number of Q Club Business donors.

President of Fife Towing and dedicated alum Phil Waldner (BBA '80; MAE '95) helped form Q Business, a subcommittee of the Q Club Board committed to attracting more business donors to the Q Club.
"Most of the businesses benefit directly from having PLU in our region," Waldner says. "If they don't have a PLU graduate working for them, then it's a good bet that one of their associates, vendors or suppliers does."
Waldner sees the Q Club, with its focus on student scholarships, as a natural place for business owners to direct their support.

"The graduates of PLU are not only the future business people in our community, they're also the teachers in our schools, the nurses in our hospitals and the volunteers who serve on the boards and committees," Waldner said. "I can't think of a better way for business owners to support both educational opportunity and the future of their own communities."

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