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Copart Contributes $15,000 to Collision Repair Education Foundation

Demonstrating its support for the future of the industry, Copart has donated $15,000 to the Collision Repair Education Foundation. The $15,000 contribution will support the foundation’s Collision Repair Education Campaign fund, which assists in providing annual student scholarships, school grants and the Ultimate Collision Education Makeover $50,000 school grant.

“Copart is proud to support the efforts of the Collision Repair Education Foundation as this organization continues its ongoing educational work. It is critical that there be investments in collision school programs and, most importantly, investments in the next generation of collision repair industry professionals. We are happy to do our part to ensure the industry thrives and grows,” said Copart CEO Jay Adair.

“On behalf of the Collision Repair Education Foundation staff, Board of Trustees and the collision students that we support nationwide, thank you to Copart for joining in our efforts to support the future of the industry," said Clark Plucinski, Collision Repair Education Foundation executive director. "Programs like collision repair bear the brunt of funding cuts. The industry supporters, such as Copart, allow the Education Foundation to assist these schools with needed tools, equipment and supplies for their collision programs.”


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