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Razorback Foundation welcomes back a native of Arkansas



Little Rock, Arkansas – A news release from the Razorback Foundation states that Colton Primm has returned to the organization. He will work for the company as Senior Associate Director of Development.

The University of Arkansas is where the former Senior Associate Athletics Director for Louisiana Tech began his professional career.

Primm earned his bachelor’s degree in business and economics from Hendrix College in 2014.

“We are ecstatic to welcome Colton and his family back to the Razorback Foundation,” said Ryan White, Razorback Foundation executive director.

“Many of our members already know Colton from his previous time with us, and now he comes equipped with even more experience after leading fundraising efforts at Louisiana Tech.” “I had the pleasure of working with Colton at Ohio University and look forward to doing so again. As a Fayetteville native and former student-athlete, he knows the love of the Razorbacks and what it takes to win.

Primm’s achievements at Louisiana Tech include helping to raise over $21 million through four gifts of $1 million or more, which is regarded as the university’s largest corporate gift ever; founding “The Aillet Society,” the school’s first paramount donor club; supporting University Athletics’ rebranding efforts for its fundraising program; and more.

“My family and I are honored to have the opportunity to come back home to Arkansas and serve this great state and this incredible University once again,” said Primm. “I want to thank Hunter Yurachek, Ryan White, and the Razorback Foundation board for giving me the opportunity to re-join the Razorback Foundation. I am excited to jump into this new role and help push Razorback Athletics forward in its pursuit of excellence.”


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