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GM Donates High-End Caddy To Collegiate Car Repair Training Program

GM donated a Cadillac CT6 to the automotive program at Camden County College.

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GM donated a Cadillac CT6 to the automotive program at Camden County College.

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From David Madden’s article on the CBS Philly website:

Auto repair students at Camden County College are getting the chance to work on some high-end vehicles, thanks to continuing donations from a major car maker.

The school took possession of a brand new Cadillac CT6, the latest of 18 GM cars donated as part of the Automotive Service Educational Program. Sticker price on the vehicle? About $70,000.

College President Don Borden says they’ve had this collaboration in place for more than 30 years.

Click HERE to read the entire article about the automotive program at Camden County College on the CBS Philly website.

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