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Rust-Oleum Restores Floors for Five Collision Schools

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Dec. 1, 2014—Rust-Oleum, a manufacturer of protective paints and coatings, “adopted” five collision repair education programs in 2014, donating epoxy floor coatings to help restore their training spaces, the company recently announced.

The donations were made through the Collision Repair Education Foundation. The collision schools programs are all Education Foundation Ultimate Collision Education Makeover grant applicants.

The programs that received the donated epoxy floor coating from Rust-Oleum in 2014 include:

•Contra Costa Community College (San Pablo, Calif.)

•Maxwell High School of Technology (Lawrenceville, Ga.)

•Regional Career Tech Center (Ypsilanti, Mich.)

•Tennessee Technology Center at Livingston (Livingston, Tenn.)

•Thomas Edison Career and Technical High School (Jamaica, N.Y.)

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