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The United States Junior Chamber (Jaycees) has been recognizing and honoring ten Americans each year who exemplify the best attributes of the nation's young people, through their Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) program. The first TOYA program was held in 1939, honoring the "Class of 1938".

The 77th Annual Ten Outstanding Young Americans banquet and ceremony was held on Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Nashville, Tennessee.

Thank you to the following Sponsors of the 2015 Program:

SILVER Sponsor

Nate Morris, TOYA Class of 2013

Table Sponsor
Jessica Bachus, TOYA Class of 2011
Laura Chesney-Gadd & Jason Gadd

TOYA Alumni Sponsors
Dr. Chris Cooper, Class of 2008
Mercedes Fitchett, Class of 2005
Lisa Miller, Class of 2011
Hans Mumm, Class of 2005
Sanjay Ramabhadran, Class of 2012

Additional Sponsors:
Keri Fisher
Pam Johnson
Joanne Rinaldo

2015 Nomination Form...View PDF

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Congratulations to the
Class of 2015 Honorees

What do Bill Clinton, Elvis Presley and Wayne Newton have in common? They are all past recipients of the United States Junior Chambers Ten Outstanding Young Americans award. For over 75 years, the United States Junior Chamber (Jaycees) has recognized the ten young men and women – aged 18-40 – who best exemplify the highest attributes of the nation’s emerging generation. The U.S. Jaycees is pleased to name the 2015 Ten Outstanding Young Americans who will be honored at the 77th annual black-tie awards ceremony to be held Saturday, March 28, 2015, at the Embassy Suites Nashville Airport Hotel in Nashville, TN.
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