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Johnson & Johnson "Knight in Shining Armor"

Knight in Shining Armor

Johnson & Johnson and Rutgers Athletics have partnered to recognize and reward young people who, like a “Knight in Shining Armor”, have cared enough to go “above and beyond” and help others in their community.   The “Knight in Shining Armor” program invites local organizations to submit nominations on behalf of a child (K-8th grade students) who has shown substantial courage, commitment and/or compassion by selflessly helping others in their community. Based upon nominations, one child will be honored with an on-field/on-court presentation during each home Rutgers football and men’s/women’s basketball game. The community organization that the child belongs to can receive up to 200 football tickets or 50 basketball tickets to attend the game (based upon availability).  All other community organizations will also be considered to receive tickets to a home game.

We are currently accepting nominations for the upcoming 2012-13 Rutgers Basketball season. Please complete and submit the below form and a Rutgers representative will be in touch with you shortly

Your Name: First      Last
Community Organization:
Phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx
Number of Tickets Requested:

Top Three Home Game Choices:

Men's Basketball: 1.  2.  3.
Women's Basketball: 1.  2.  3.
Child Nominee's Name:
Briefly explain (250 characters max) why you nominate this child:
The child’s name that is being nominated will not be released until written permission from his/her parent/guardian is received

Johnson & Johnson is a proud Corporate Partner of Rutgers Athletics.
For more information on Johnson & Johnson please visit jnj.com





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