The car was donated for training purposes to give students additional practice in collision repair.
“We are very happy to partner with the Collision Program to provide training opportunities for their students”, Jeff Bohnenblust with Farm Bureau told sekvoice.com.
“This vehicle will be utilized to learn the latest technology in collision repair and to educate students on the newest types of metals used in vehicles. It will also give the students a better understanding of how the vehicle reacts in a crash situation to keep the occupants safe,” Hal Daniels, Collision Repair Instructor, told sekvoice.com.
Jeff Bohnenblust serves on the Collision Repair Advisory Board and works for Farm Bureau. He was instrumental in implementing the donation. Don Swadley of Full Service Auto, who also serves on the board, offered his towing service at no cost to get the vehicle delivered to the college.
According to sekvoice.com, Bohnenblust said the college appreciates the donation and is confident it will aid in student education and training.
For more information about the Collision Repair Program, contact Hal Daniels at 620-429-3283.