Chicago Pneumatic donates $23,000 in tools

Jan. 4, 2010

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. announced that it donated collision repair tools to a dozen automotive schools across the country in December.

Chicago Pneumatic, based in Rock Hill, S.C., donated a total of $23,000 worth of orbital sanders and two types of impact wrenches through the I-CAR Education Foundation.

Yuba College, based in Marysville, Calif., was among 12 schools that applied for the foundation’s Ultimate Collision Education Makeover. Chicago Pneumatic’s marketing communications manager, Danielle Stevens, said all of the schools had the tools on their wish lists.
 

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