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Alumnus Gets Brief Air Time on ‘Millionaire’ Broadcast

Alumnus Andrew C. Reisinger was glimpsed during this week's broadcast of 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire%3F'Episodes of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” featuring television personality/commercial spokesperson Mike Rowe, who was accompanied to the mid-September taping by a Penn College graduate, aired Monday and Tuesday on WNEP. The “Dirty Jobs” host asked that he be joined by a scholarship recipient from his mikeroweWORKS Foundation. “Because I was in North Jersey and the filming was in New York City, they chose me to go,” PCToday was told last fall by Andrew C. Reisinger, who was awarded a $500 tool scholarship from the foundation in 2011. He has been employed by Foley Inc., northern New Jersey’s Caterpillar dealer, since his May graduation with a degree in heavy construction equipment technology: technician emphasis from the college’s School of Natural Resources Management.

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