Hoffman Estates, IL– June 1, 2012 – ABRA Auto Body & Glass awarded 8 collision students each with $2,000 in tools through a spring tool grant opportunity with the Collision Repair Education Foundation. The tool grant was made available to select high school seniors and post-secondary students studying in collision repair programs. The winning students were able to select $2,000 (retail value) in tools and equipment from the NATEF tool list.
The student winners of the 2012 ABRA Auto Body & Glass spring tool grant include:
Angel Cardenas (Maxwell High School of Technology – Lawrenceville, GA)
Joshua Castillo (Universal Technical Institute – Houston, TX)
Karl Liufau (Universal Technical Institute – Houston, TX)
Daniel Norlander (Dunwoody College of Technology – Minneapolis, MN)
Kolton Perschbacher (Warren Technical School – Lakewood, CO)
Kristopher Roof (Aims Community College – Windsor, CO)
Christina Sepulveda (Nashville Auto Diesel College – Nashville, TN)
Luis Sotelo (Aims Community College – Windsor, CO)
“This is a terrific way for companies like ABRA Auto Body & Glass to give back to our industry. As collision repairers, we have an obligation to support these students that will be the back bone of the repair industry in the future,” said Tim Adelmann, Executive Vice President of ABRA Auto Body & Glass.
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