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WIN Awards Five Student Memberships

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Sept. 5, 2014—The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has donated five WIN student memberships to students in the auto collision repair technology program at South Garland High School in Garland, Texas.

The announcement was made during the Collision Repair Education Foundation – Cars, Careers, and Celebrities Expo in Dallas on Aug. 16.

"Every year we have more and more young women enter our Auto Collision Repair program," South Garland instructor Craig Baughman said in a statement released by WIN. "We are excited about the opportunity to have them invited to join the Women's Industry Network. I believe relationships which have the potential to develop will influence and encourage their lives more than words ever will."

WIN offers support for women interested in a career in the collision industry through scholarship, networking and mentoring opportunities. To learn more, visit the WIN website.

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