Franklin Covey Presents Humanitarian Service Award to Founders of Travel Guard International

Feb 10, 2000, 00:00 ET from Franklin Covey Company

    SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Franklin Covey announced the
 presentation of the Franklin Covey Humanitarian Service Award to John and
 Patty Noel, founders of the Travel Guard International, for demonstrating a
 willingness to reach out to improve the quality of life for individuals,
 groups, or humankind.  The Humanitarian Service Award is given to outstanding
 individuals who embody the principles that are embraced and taught around the
 world by associates from the Franklin Covey organization.
     "John and Patty Noel's philanthropic efforts extend as far as Africa where
 they have founded orphanages to treat HIV positive babies, and to their
 involvement in Nelson Mandela's Childrens' Fund," said Steven M. Covey, who
 presented the award.  "In 1993, the Noels established their 'Make a Mark'
 non-profit organization, which builds clinics, schools, and orphanages in
 developing countries.  The Noels are changing the live of people across the
 world.  We are thrilled to recognize John and Patty Noel and their company for
 the difference they have made in the lives of so many who have such great
 need."
     The selection committee for the 1999 Humanitarian Service Awards included
 various leaders of the Franklin Covey Company representing a wide spectrum of
 Franklin Covey clients from business, government and education.  The award was
 presented to the Noels at the Franklin Covey Sixth Annual International
 Symposium.  The Franklin Covey International Symposium is a gathering of more
 than 1500 business, government and education leaders from North America and
 15 countries worldwide.
 
 

SOURCE Franklin Covey Company
    SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Franklin Covey announced the
 presentation of the Franklin Covey Humanitarian Service Award to John and
 Patty Noel, founders of the Travel Guard International, for demonstrating a
 willingness to reach out to improve the quality of life for individuals,
 groups, or humankind.  The Humanitarian Service Award is given to outstanding
 individuals who embody the principles that are embraced and taught around the
 world by associates from the Franklin Covey organization.
     "John and Patty Noel's philanthropic efforts extend as far as Africa where
 they have founded orphanages to treat HIV positive babies, and to their
 involvement in Nelson Mandela's Childrens' Fund," said Steven M. Covey, who
 presented the award.  "In 1993, the Noels established their 'Make a Mark'
 non-profit organization, which builds clinics, schools, and orphanages in
 developing countries.  The Noels are changing the live of people across the
 world.  We are thrilled to recognize John and Patty Noel and their company for
 the difference they have made in the lives of so many who have such great
 need."
     The selection committee for the 1999 Humanitarian Service Awards included
 various leaders of the Franklin Covey Company representing a wide spectrum of
 Franklin Covey clients from business, government and education.  The award was
 presented to the Noels at the Franklin Covey Sixth Annual International
 Symposium.  The Franklin Covey International Symposium is a gathering of more
 than 1500 business, government and education leaders from North America and
 15 countries worldwide.
 
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