Bluegrass Cellular Offers $22,500 in scholarships to local students

Bluegrass Cellular is now accepting applications for the 2016 Bluegrass Cellular Scholarship Program. Bluegrass will award $22,500 in scholarships to local high school seniors in the surrounding area. Students have from now until Friday, April 1, 2016, to apply.

In total, 15 students will each be awarded a $1,500 scholarship. Awards will be given to students based on several criteria, including academic achievements, school/community involvement, scholarship essay, letter of recommendations and financial need. To be eligible, applicants must live and attend high school within Bluegrass Cellular’s 34-county home-service area. Winners will be notified in May 2016.

“Helping students prepare for higher education and their future careers is very important to Bluegrass Cellular,” said Barry Nothstine, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Bluegrass Cellular. “These students are the up-and-coming leaders of our community, and we must continue to invest in their growth so that they have the tools to succeed.”

The application and complete list of guidelines is available at Interested applicants can also pick up an application from their school guidance counselors or one of Bluegrass Cellular’s Customer Care Centers. To find the nearest Bluegrass Cellular Customer Care Center, visit

For additional information about the scholarship program, contact Sarah Strader, Marketing and Public Relations Administrator for Bluegrass Cellular, at (270) 765-6361 or

About Bluegrass Cellular

Headquartered in Elizabethtown, Ky., Bluegrass Cellular has been operating in Kentucky for over 20 years with 19 company-owned retail locations and 17 authorized agent locations. A pioneer in the wireless field in the state’s rural areas, Bluegrass was the first to offer digital cellular service to Central Kentucky in 1998. For more information on Bluegrass Cellular and for local store hours and information, visit or call 1-800-928-CELL. Follow Bluegrass Cellular on Twitter at
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