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Its great to see a manufacturer that is willing to truly work towards improving the future of the industry. Quaker State has provided a great example of a company that is thinking about the value of today’s students for the future of the automotive industry. Congratulations Jordan Vocational High School along with the rest of the competitors.

Quaker State has announced the top three winners from the “Best in Class Challenge,” a six-week automotive education program featuring high school auto shops from across the United States. As the winner of this year’s first place grand prize, the Red Jackets from Jordan Vocational High School in Columbus, Georgia, were awarded a $2,500 credit account at AutoZone, a customized tool kit ($500 value), a feature digital article on automotive websites and the opportunity to sell their vehicle at a Barrett-Jackson auction with proceeds being awarded back to their school. In addition, all finalists had the opportunity to receive mentorship from celebrity judges along the way.…”

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