Ed. Foundation Seeking Sponsors for Safety Kits

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Dec. 23, 2016—The Collision Repair Education Foundation released a statement Thursday that the organization needs sponsors to support high school and college students throughout the United States by providing them with safety kits.

Each safety kit costs $50 and includes a Cintas work shirt, work pants, a pair of safety glasses, earplugs and a disposable dust mask. Companies that sponsor at least 10 safety kits (totalling $500) in their areas will have their logos added to students’ work shirts.

To learn more about the Collision Repair Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, click here.

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