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Antjuan Seawright Receives 2018 Boy Scouts of America Indian Waters Council Whitney M. Young Service Award

(Columbia, SC) – Public relations executive and political strategist Antjuan Seawright was presented last week with the Boy Scouts of America Indian Waters Council Whitney M. Young, Jr. Service Award for his tireless work in the community.

The Whitney M. Young, Jr Service Award is given to recognize outstanding service by an adult individual or organization in the development of Scouting for youth. This award also salutes “unsung heroes”, these people who might not otherwise receive recognition for their exceptional service to America’s youth. Selection as a recipient of this most prestigious honor is based on the nominee’s contribution as an advocate seeking to improve at-risk conditions affecting America’s youth and communities.

“It is a great honor to be a recipient of the Whitney M. Young Jr. award,” said Seawright, 32. “I am grateful to the Boy Scouts of America Indian Waters Council for giving me this wonderful award named for a man I truly admire. I proudly enjoy the shade from trees Whitney Young planted. I look forward to working side by side with the Boy Scouts and other future leaders of America as we pave a new generation of leadership for our state and community.”

Antjuan Seawright serves as Founder and CEO of Blueprint Strategy, LLC, a public relations, advertising, and political strategy firm based in Columbia, South Carolina. He is a 2008 graduate of Winthrop University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Marketing, and a 2010 graduate of Webster University where he received his Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA).

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