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Service King Awards Four Scholarships, Grants

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Aug. 5, 2014—Service King Collision Repair Centers awarded four collision students with scholarships and tool grants through the Collision Repair Education Foundation, the company announced last week.

Service King gave a $1,000 scholarship and a $1,500 tool grant to the following students:

  • Christopher Hernandez from Universal Technical Institute in Houston
  • James George from Lincoln College of Technology in Nashville, Tenn.
  • Joseph Mendoza from Texas State Technical College in Waco, Tex.
  • Evan Utterback from Universal Technical Institute in Houston

“We are extremely proud of these four students and the work their schools are doing to prepare candidates for a future career in collision repair,” Danny Wilkins, Service King’s associate vice president of staffing said. “Service King Collision Repair Centers encourages and promotes training at all levels and works closely with partner institutions through advisory councils, committees and scholarship programs. We are committed to help foster the development of tomorrow’s workforce.”

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