Chicago Pneumatic Encourages Automotive Schools to Enter the T2 School of the Year Competition -

Chicago Pneumatic Encourages Automotive Schools to Enter the T2 School of the Year Competition

Deadline to enter competition is December 31, 2007

Chicago Pneumatic, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of innovative aftermarket tools, accessories and compressors, and Tomorrow’s Technician magazine encourage automotive technical students and teachers to nominate their schools for the 2007/08 T2 School of the Year presented by Chicago Pneumatic.

“We’re excited about partnering with Tomorrow’s Technician to honor the best automotive technical schools in the United States,” said Paul Humphreys, global communications manager for Chicago Pneumatic Vehicle Service Division. “Through the process of searching for the institution that’s doing the best job educating our industry’s future technicians, we hope to acknowledge students and teachers nationwide who strive for excellence in the classroom every day.”

Entry details can be found online at www.tomorrowstechnician.com by clicking on the T2 School of the Year presented by Chicago Pneumatic banner. In addition to nationwide recognition, the winning schools will receive a Chicago Pneumatic School of the Year flag and shop banners, plus Chicago Pneumatic tools, clothing, and scholarship monies. Four regional prizes will be awarded, with the Grand Prize winner earning additional prizes and awards. Entries must be received by December 31, 2007.

“Babcox and Tomorrow’s Technician share Chicago Pneumatic’s dedication to technical training and safety,” said Beth Skove, associate publisher at Babcox, which publishes Tomorrow’s Technician. “Our mutual desire to assist in the education of young technicians brought about this idea to recognize the best automotive technical schools nationwide.”

Chicago Pneumatic is a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of innovative aftermarket tools, accessories and compressors. Founded in 1901, the company serves automotive, truck and heavy equipment repair, and tire and body shops with industry leading pneumatic impact wrenches, ratchets, drills, grinders, pneumatic hammers and sanders. To learn more about Chicago Pneumatic’s dedication to quality and innovation, please visit www.cp.com.

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