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FenderBender Makes $20,000 In-Kind Donation to Education Foundation

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Jan. 4, 2013—FenderBender magazine on Friday announced an in-kind donation of more than $20,000 to the Collision Repair Education Foundation.

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

“The support that the Collision Repair Education Foundation provides to collision school programs and students helps ensure the future of our industry,” said Chris Messer, publisher of FenderBender. “We are fortunate to have this organization in the collision repair industry and FenderBender is happy to support the Education Foundation’s continuing efforts through this in-kind donation.”

FenderBender’s in-kind donation of over $20,000 of advertising space allows the Collision Repair Education Foundation to highlight our efforts of supporting the industry’s future professionals,” said Brandon Eckenrode, the Education Foundation’s director of development. “The collision industry has provided over $10 million in support since 2008 to secondary and post-secondary collision students and their schools’ collision programs nationwide through the Education Foundation, and having FenderBender as a continued supporter allows us to spread this message to their audience.”

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