August 1, 2015

Philanthropy

$1-Million Boost

Amy Keller | 10/1/2006


Fort Lauderdale advertising executive Jordan Zimmerman and his wife, Denise, donated $1 million to the University of South Florida to support the Zimmerman Advertising Program in the School of Mass Communications. Zimmerman and members of his firm fly in from Fort Lauderdale every Friday to share their advertising experiences with USF students. The firm's clients include Nissan, Papa John's, the Miami Dolphins, S&K Menswear and Office Depot.

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