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The I-CAR Education Foundation recently announced several donations to its Industry Partners fund. AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah and BASF Corporation each contributed $5,000; GEICO Philanthropic Foundation contributed $15,000.
“The future of the collision industry is being funded by the Education Foundation donors of today,” said Chris Evans, chairman of the foundation’s board of trustees.
Each organization said it was happy to help the Education Foundation.
“GEICO understands the important role the I-CAR Education Foundation plays in the collision repair industry,” said William DeGrocco, GEICO Assistant Vice President. “We applaud the continued activities and educational success of the Education Foundation.”
“Making the collision repair industry an attractive career choice is crucial for its ongoing health,” said Joe Skurka, manager of OEM and industry relations for BASF Automotive Refinish Coatings. “We feel the I-CAR Education Foundation is aligned with BASF’s vision of supporting sustainable business environments.”
“Our AAA club is very pleased to support the I-CAR Education Foundation’s continuing work in educating future collision repair professionals,” said Eric Andel, Manager of Claims.
For more information, visit www.ed-foundation.org.