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Automotive Students At FVTC Win Tools

The automotive program at Fox Valley Technical College won $5,000 in automotive tools in a social media competition sponsored by ACDelco.

Screen Shot 2016-05-31 at 10.34.54 AMThe automotive program at Fox Valley Technical College won $5,000 in automotive tools in a social media competition sponsored by ACDelco.

From the Post-Crescent website:

GM ASEP students at Fox Valley Technical College received prize packages while the program earned $5,000 in automotive tools thanks to ACDelco.

Bob Hicks, Automotive Technology instructor at FVTC, entered the college in a social media competition sponsored by ACDelco. The contest challenged GM ASEP students throughout the United States to produce creative social media content for others to consider careers as automotive technicians. FVTC won the competition from a pool of 53 other GM ASEP training schools.

Click HERE to read the entire article about the Fox Valley Technical College automotive program on the Post-Crescent website.

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