DMALI Announces 2015 Marketing Scholarship Recipient

Prestigious Award Presented to Stony Brook Student

Plainview, NY – May 28, 2015 – At a luncheon held today at the Holiday Inn Plainview, the Direct Marketing Association of Long Island (DMALI), announced Justin Lambiase, a West Babylon resident and Sophomore at Stony Brook University, as DMALI’s 2015 Scholarship Recipient. This annual award recognizes a Long Island student attending an accredited university or college and majoring in marketing or a related discipline.

“Each year we seek a deserving student that has demonstrated academic excellence and leadership with a vision of building brand awareness and launching marketing initiatives that will ultimately help companies grow. This year, we’re proud to name Justin as the recipient,” said John Lundgren, DMALI’s scholarship chairperson.

“Justin was selected from a number of qualified candidates. As an honor student, he is a published author, has an impressive record of market research and has been recognized by the National American Marketing “Brand Plan” for his case study of GEICO. With his demanding academic schedule, Justin also found time to give back by helping to fundraise significant dollars for Habitat for Humanity. As a professional organization, we’re very proud to recognize Justin and add him to the impressive list of DMALI’s Scholarship Recipients”, said Lundgren.

“It’s a humbling experience to be awarded a scholarship by the Direct Marketing Association of Long Island. I thank all the committee members for this honor,” said Justin.
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DMALI is a non-profit organization with a professional interest in Long Island’s direct marketing industry. The association’s mission is to provide an exchange of marketing information with a focus on cutting edge technology, strategies, regulations and case studies. The organization is committed to educational and networking opportunities, observes the highest ethical business standards, promotes a public understanding of direct marketing and offers an annual scholarship to Long island students majoring in marketing. For more information, visit

Denise Armstrong