Hoffman Estates, IL– June 1, 2012 – Chicago Pneumatic has supported secondary and post-secondary collision students by providing a student tool grant through the Collision Repair Education Foundation. Ten collision students were selected from 250 applications and each winning student will receive a Chicago Pneumatic air tool kit which includes an impact wrench, air hammer, die grinder, reversible air drill, and an air sander. Each tool grant for the students is valued at over $1,100.
The student winners of the 2012 spring Chicago Pneumatic grant include:
Tom Atkeson (Wyo Tech – West Sacramento, CA)
Jared Castillo (Metropolitan Community College – Omaha, NE)
Aaron Dressler (Pennsylvania College of Technology – Williamsport, PA)
Alejandro Gomez (Universal Technical Institute Houston – Houston, TX)
Jose Linares (Applied Technology Center – Rock Hill, SC)
Daniel McCloskey (South Central Career Center – West Plains, MO)
Kip Nash (Bridgerland Applied Technology Center – Logan, UT)
Robin Sullivan (Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus – Portland, OR)
Joshua Van Dinter (Madison Area Technical College – Madison, WI)
Matthew Wittschen (Automotive Training Center – Warminster, PA)
Chicago Pneumatic Marketing Communications Manager Marvin Spehar noted, “Chicago Pneumatic is proud to be a sponsor of the Collision Repair Education Foundation. This program is extremely beneficial to those students who strive for excellence, and are actively involved in creating the path for their future. By educating and encouraging all students, we can be assured that our future generation of technicians will be able to provide a valuable service to the automotive industry for years to come.”
For additional information about Chicago Pneumatic, visit www.cp.com.