Evercoat has donated over 600 cartridges of its 2K flexible foam to 48 collision programs (secondary and post-secondary) across the country through the Collision Repair Education Foundation. The donation from Evercoat will aid these schools in the instruction of their students by providing them with up-to-date, current supplies. The total monetary amount of this donation equals roughly $14,000, and through this donation, Evercoat is recognized as part of the foundation’s Industry Leadership Circle.
“I would like to thank Evercoat for this product donation as it helps to not only ease collision program’s budgets but also provides their students with the opportunity to work with current industry products,” said Collision Repair Education Foundation Executive Director Scott Kruger. “Through this donation, Evercoat is now a member of the Foundation’s Industry Leadership Circle and joins a list of industry leaders that are making an impact on the future of the industry through the support of collision students.”
Applied Technology Education Campus Instructor David Weaver in Camden, South Carolina, said, “On behalf of the auto collision department of ATEC, I want to say thanks to Evercoat for the donation of the 2K flexible foam. The product came in very handy in a repair we are making on a vehicle.”
“Evercoat understands the importance of educating the future of the industry. We are very happy to support the Collision Repair Education Foundation with the donation of this product,” said Gueary Preston, Evercoat director of sales.