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Cumberland Products Makes $43,000 In-Kind School Donation

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June 14, 2013—Automotive paint and coatings supplier Cumberland Products Inc. recently donated $43,000 worth of paint products to 37 secondary and post-secondary collision school programs nationwide through the Collision Repair Education Foundation. 

The Education Foundation said the in-kind donation included single-stage 2K urethane paint with UV absorbers.

“We understand the tremendous burden these training institutions are under working within their budgets,” said Bruce Barlow, senior vice president of Hodgenville, Ky.–based Cumberland Products. “We see it as a privilege to invest in these students the materials they need to further their education in our industry.”

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