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Education Foundation Announces 2014 Donation Commitments

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May 14, 2014—The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced Tuesday that 38 organizations and individuals have already committed monetary donations to the foundation for 2014.

Three companies—3M, Allstate Insurance Company, and I-CAR—have committed between $100,000–$499,000 each.

Other donors include:

  • $50,000-$99,999: AkzoNobell and State Farm Insurance.
  • $20,000-$49,999: Artists4 Education (through Matrix System Automotive Finishes); Axalta Performance Coatings; CCC Information Services, Inc.; GEICO; Hertz Corp.; PPG Industries, Inc.; and Van Tuyl Group, Inc.
  • $10,000-$19,999: ABRA Auto Body & Glass; Craftsman Auto Body; Erie Insurance; Insurance Auto Auctions; Safelite Glass Corp; and The USAA Foundation.
  • $5,000-$9,999: BASF Automotive Refinish; CollisionMax; Brunori, Dave & Sue; DCR Systems; Ford Motor Company; Hollander Parts; Keenan Auto Body; LC Automotive Investments; and Pohanka Automotive Group.
  • $1,000-$4,999: Carl's Collision Center; CSi Complete; Diamond Standard Parts; Terry Fortner; Jerry's Body Shop; Kadel's Auto Body; Mary Knapp; Moppert Brothers; Tim Morgan; Premiere Services; and Doug Webb.

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