Quinn Family Supports HPU’s Professional Selling Program

The Quinn family, of Topsail Beach, North Carolina, has generously donated a gift to High Point University to establish the Milford R. Quinn Endowment for the Professional Selling Program.


HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 17, 2020 – The Quinn family, of Topsail Beach, North Carolina, has generously donated a gift to High Point University to establish the Milford R. Quinn Endowment for the Professional Selling Program.

The Milford R. Quinn Endowment for the Professional Selling Program was established by Kim and Michelle R. Quinn. The Quinns have a son, Holden Alexander Quinn, who is a member of HPU’s Class of 2021 and Kappa Alpha Order fraternity.

“The support from all of our HPU families goes so far in ensuring students receive an extraordinary education,” says HPU President Nido Qubein. “The Quinn family recognizes HPU’s strong commitment to our values to prepare our students for the world as it is going to be. We are grateful for the support from the Quinn family.”

“My father was a big supporter of giving to Christian, values-based institutions, and there isn’t a better place than HPU to do that,” says Kim Quinn. “We have seen our son grow in so many ways since being at HPU.”

The mission of HPU’s Professional Selling Program is to provide students with the tools and experience to significantly improve their value to the selling profession, to showcase the excellent talent of our students, and to give employers a compelling choice of a source for recruiting motivated and qualified sales talent.

“The Milford R. Quinn Endowment for the Professional Selling Program is a very impactful element of the program in its short history,” says Larry Quinn, director of the Professional Sales Club. “Our student enrollment has skyrocketed from just a few students in 2014 to more than 800 this year. The Quinn family’s endowment will allow us to extend much needed financial help to many of our wonderful sales students. We are extremely grateful.”

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