UniCure Donates Equipment, Sponsors Uniforms Through Collision Repair Education Foundation - BodyShop Business

UniCure Donates Equipment, Sponsors Uniforms Through Collision Repair Education Foundation

With $10,000-plus donation, company now joins Foundation's Industry Leadership Circle.

UniCure Spraybooths has joined the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s donor Industry Leadership Circle through a combination of both donating equipment to two collision school programs and sponsoring uniforms for collision students.

Wiregrass Georgia Technical College (Valdosta, Ga.) and Tennessee Technology Center (Shelbyville, Tenn.) both received donated equipment that included intake/exhaust filters, JetAir waterborne fans and additional miscellaneous items. UniCure Spraybooths will also sponsor 100 sets of Cintas work shirts and pant uniforms for collision students this upcoming school semester.

“It is a privilege to work with these schools,” said Allen Jenkins, president of UniCure Spraybooths/Interstate Marketing Corporation. “I’m glad that we’re able to provide them with products and support that will enhance their paint departments. It’s always rewarding when you get to give back and share with the industry.”

Added Collision Repair Education Foundation Director of Development Brandon Eckenrode, “I would like to thank UniCure Spraybooths for their equipment donation and sponsorship of work uniforms for local collision students. Only through the industry becoming actively involved with high school and college collision programs can we work towards students being the most efficient and productive entry-level staff possible.”

More information:

UniCure Spraybooths

Collision Repair Education Foundation

UniCure Spraybooths
Fax: 615-889-6773
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