Trustee A. Bruce Crawley ’67 to Receive 2014 HSB Hall of Fame Award

PHILADELPHIA (Feb. 10, 2014) – A. Bruce Crawley ’67, the founding president and principal owner of Millennium 3 Management, will be honored with the annual Erivan K. Haub School of Business (HSB) Hall of Fame Award Wednesday, April 16 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel.

“We are excited to honor Bruce with this award,” said HSB Dean Joseph A. DiAngelo Jr., Ed.D. ’70. “In addition to his many career accolades, Bruce has supported the University through his leadership, mentoring and scholarships. He exemplifies everything we seek in our students.”

With his work at the forefront of Millennium 3 Management, Inc., a highly reputed branding and communications firm, Crawley has become a renowned public relations and marketing expert in the greater Philadelphia area. He received his master’s degree in journalism from Temple University, and is an accredited member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).

He has served Philadelphia in many capacities including his work on-air at WURD-AM for four years. He has also contributed many pieces to the Philadelphia Tribune, America’s oldest African-American newspaper, while sitting on the corporate advisory board for Al Dia, the most popular Spanish-language newspaper in the area.

Over the years, Crawley has worked as a governmental communications advisor and consultant for many campaigning and elected officials at both the state and the municipal levels; he was crucial to the successful campaigns of former Philadelphia Mayor John F. Street.

The recent success of the Philadelphia travel and tourism industry is due in large part to the tireless efforts of Crawley. He is a member of the executive committee of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau (PCVB) and a founding member of Visit Philadelphia (formerly Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation). Crawley was also instrumental in the establishment of the African-American Chamber of Commerce in Philadelphia in 1993 and chaired the organization for 13 years.

A man with and for others, Crawley has given back to the University which gave so much to him. He serves on the University’s Board of Trustees, along with the governance and leadership and strategic planning committees and external affairs sub-committee. Crawley also chairs the University's marketing and communications committee. In the past, he was a member of the Erivan K. Haub School of Business Board of Visitors. In addition, Crawley provides a scholarship in his name to the Ignatian College Connection which aids under-resourced students.

“I am, of course, very humbled by this recognition from my alma mater, Saint Joseph’s University,” says Crawley. “The school rose to prominence nationwide as one that served as a conduit for a wide array of first-generation college students, launching them into successful professional careers. I was fortunate to be one such student. Today, the University’s Haub School is the largest Jesuit-affiliated business school in the United States, and a constant source of pride and motivation to current students, alumni and their families. This is a great honor.”

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