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Thursday, 30 September 2021 15:41

CREF Seeking Collision Repair Industry Partners to Sponsor New Uniforms for Local Students

Students at Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho, before and after receiving Cintas uniforms. Students at Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho, before and after receiving Cintas uniforms.

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The Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) invites industry members to adopt their local high school and college collision repair programs and ensure their students have a professional appearance this fall by sponsoring new Cintas work uniforms.

Coordinated through CREF, businesses select which local collision program(s) they would like to support and the number of student uniforms, and distribute the uniforms to the students at the school.

 

For $50 per student, each would receive a new Cintas technician shirt (branded with the sponsoring company’s logo), work pants, safety glasses, disposable face mask and ear plugs.

To kick off the uniform sponsorship campaign, CREF industry partner Painters Supply & Equipment has offered a $5,000 matching sponsorship for repair facilities in their markets. Through this grant, which would fund 200 uniforms, repair facilities would only pay $25 per student.

 

The matching grant is available on a first-come, first-serve basis and repair facilities in Painter Supply markets are encouraged to contact CREF to take part.

 

“Painters Supply & Equipment is proud to support the industry’s future professionals through CREF with this matching grant," said Painters Supply & Equipment Co. Vice President of Sales Chris Kugler. "We encourage industry members to collaborate with CREF in supporting their local collision school programs and take an active part in ensuring that graduating students are ready for entry-level employment.”

 

“Collision instructors have shared that of the $400+ million in support that we have provided through our industry partners over the years, these Cintas uniforms have made the biggest impact on their programs," said CREF Managing Director Brandon Eckenrode. "The students look like...


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