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ST. PAUL, MINN., May 6, 2016—To help fill the need for qualified workers as the average age of collision repair technicians grows older, 10 Missions Media announced Friday that it has made a sizeable donation to the Collision Repair Education Foundation

The FenderBender parent company committed $20,000 in advertising space within the publication to help the foundation build on its important education and job placement efforts. The progressive collision repair publication is dedicated to driving business success for shop owners and operators.

"Our foundation is working to help not only ensure that high school and college collision students are properly trained for entry level work in the industry, but we are also now connecting students with employers nationwide," said Brandon Eckenrode, director of development for the Education Foundation." The success of these efforts will only be possible by engaging with as many industry contacts as possible. Through 10 Missions Media's support and advertisement donations, we receive great exposure throughout the industry."

"This isn't merely about supporting the Collision Repair Education Foundation," 10 Missions Media publisher Chris Messer said. "It's about making a continued investment in the future of the industry."

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