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FenderBender donates over $15,000 in advertising space to Collision Repair Education Foundation

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ST. PAUL, MINN., May 30, 2012—FenderBender magazine, the nation’s leading collision repair publication, is proud to announce a $15,000 in-kind donation to the Collision Repair Education Foundation.

Through FenderBender’s leading media channels, collision repair professionals will be exposed to the Education Foundation’s continued efforts of fueling the future of the collision repair industry.

“We are thrilled to provide the Collision Repair Education Foundation with the support to recognize the achievements they have made since 2008,” said Chris Messer, publisher of FenderBender. “We hope that the exposure provided for the Education Foundation will inspire other industry professionals to get involved through monetary or in-kind donations.”

FenderBender’s in-kind donation of over $15,000 of advertising space is an incredible help to the Collision Repair Education Foundation as it allows us to showcase the fact that the industry has provided over $7 million in donations to secondary and post-secondary collision students and their schools’ collision programs since 2008,” said Brandon Eckenrode, Collision Repair Education Foundation associate director of development. “An additional benefit is potentially attracting new industry supporters through the advertisement exposure and on behalf of the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s staff and Board of Trustees, we thank FenderBender for their continued support.”

FenderBender magazine serves roughly 50,000 collision repair centers nationwide with its monthly award-winning print publication. Through its print and online offerings, FenderBender provides its readers with strategies and inspiration for collision repair success.

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