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GroomTeam USA Announces 2017 Scholarship Program




(Press Release) GroomTeam USA Inc. announces the launch of the applications for the GroomTeam USA Scholarship Fund.

There are two levels of awards; One for college education, and the other for grooming education. The deadline for applications is June 1, 2017. GroomTeam USA, Inc. employs the aid of The International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc. of Nashville, TN, a professional scholarship selection company. The use of this outside source ensures that the selection of the recipients is professional, fair and unbiased.

Level 1 will provide one recipient with $2,000 in college money. These funds may be used toward college education in any field and will be paid directly to the school. The only stipulations are that the applicant must be a US citizen and the child, stepchild or grandchild of a bona fide, professional groomer. No other students may apply. This is strictly for the families of groomers.

Level 2 is open to any and all U.S. citizen applicants, and provides one recipient with a full scholarship to their choice of one of a selected, participating group of nationally acclaimed grooming schools approved by GroomTeam USA Inc. GroomTeam USA Inc. will also provide up to a maximum of $1000 toward the purchase of the standard grooming tool kit available through the selected school. The participating schools include Maser’s Academy of Fine Grooming (Kenmore, WA), Merryfield School of Pet Grooming (Ft. Lauderdale, FL), Nanhall School of Dog Grooming (Greensboro, NC), Paragon School of Pet Grooming (Jenison, MI) and the Pennsylvania Academy of Pet Grooming (Indiana, PA).

For complete scholarship details please visit the GroomTeam USA, Inc. website ( and go to the Scholarship Fund page.

The GroomTeam USA Scholarship Fund is made possible through the generous contributions of Premium Sponsors as well as the continued support of the numerous manufacturers, distributors and groomers.


Any questions regarding the GroomTeam USA Scholarship fund may be directed to



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