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Central Penn on Tap: Alumni Happy Hour - Harrisburg

Date: April 11, 2018

Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Location: Crawdaddy's - Harrisburg, PA

Registration: Click here to RSVP - help us plan for food count

On tap for this event? All alumni are invited to come out to experience this exciting event series with food, drinks, networking and a 10-minute talk from a distinguished faculty member. Get to know the Alumni Association, expand your network of fellow Knights and reconnect with familiar friends!

Enjoy free appetizers (meatballs, pasta salad, catfish nuggets), courtesy of Crawdaddy's and business administration - marketing alumnus Justin Coleman '06, who is co-owner of Crawdaddy's. Additional food and drink is available for purchase. Crawdaddy's offers delicious Cajun cuisine with southern comfort hospitality.

Please RSVP to help us plan for food count.

This event is also open to faculty and staff, and alternates between the East Shore and West Shore every quarter.

* Career assistance available.

Questions? Contact Young Alumni Committee Chair Curtis Voelker '12, '17.

Justin coleman '06

Justin Coleman (10)Justin Coleman is an alumnus of Central Penn College. There he attained his bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Since graduating in 2006, Coleman has taught several courses in business and finance at his alma mater. He also served two terms on the Central Penn College Education Foundation Board.

Coleman started his career in the insurance and financial services industry helping others to reach their lifelong financial goals. He worked for a few major financial companies before starting his own company, JCNA Financial, LLC in 2013.

Coleman pursued another one of his passions in 2016 and began partnering with William and Diane Crawford to help them run Crawdaddy's Restaurant in Harrisburg, PA. This is a family-owned Cajun restaurant that prides itself on unique Cajun dishes and excellent service provided to customers. Coleman is currently very active with the restaurant and has plans to help the Crawfords expand it in the future.

(Coleman is also the immediate past president and charter member of The Greater Harrisburg Chapter of the National Black MBA Association. This nonprofit has received national recognition, was awarded ‘Chapter of the Year’ in 2013, and has awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors, all in a short period of time.)