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Michigan State University School of Packaging Announces 1st Place Student Team in Glass Packaging Design Contest

October 26, 2016 | Press Release

The first place winner of the 2016 Glass Packaging Design Competition at Michigan State University (MSU) School of Packaging is the student team of Brad Harris, Jeffrey Herron, Kyle Laslo, Matt Aoun, and Valen Yangouyian. The winners beat out 60 other student teams with their glass bottle “necktie” design for Prima Tequila. 

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