MotoLOGIC Presents Check to Winner of Tech School Essay Contest -

MotoLOGIC Presents Check to Winner of Tech School Essay Contest

MotoLogic check group
Brock Lucente (center) presented a check to MotoLOGIC Tech School Essay Contest winner Michael Guerrieri and staff ­members at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.
MotoLogic check
Michael Guerrieri (left) accepts the check from Brock Lucente.

MotoLOGIC Repair & Diagnostics, a web-based resource for automotive technicians, recently invited shop tech students to share their visions of “The Future of Automotive Repair and Diagnostics” in a creative essay contest (www.motologic.com/school).

Students at NATEF/ASE-certified schools were given the opportunity to submit an essay of 500 words or less for a chance to win one grand-prize package.

Michael Guerrieri, a student at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College in Elizabethtown, KY, submitted the winning essay. In addition to his essay being published in Tomorrow’s Tech, Guerrieri received $1,000, a one-year subscription to MotoLOGIC Repair & Diagnostics and MotoSKILL ASE Test Prep Training Bundle. The winning school, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, won $5,000 for use on classroom technology and a five-year subscription to MotoLOGIC.

Nine runner-up award-winning submissions were also selected, each receiving a $100 Visa Gift Card, a MotoSKILL ASE Test Prep Training Bundle and a one-year subscription to Tomorrow’s Tech.

For more information on MotoLOGIC or the services available from MOTOSHOP Technology Tools, a product set from Advance Professional, visit www.motoshop.com or follow MOTOSHOP on Twitter at @MOTOSHOP.

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