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Nominate Your School For The Tomorrow’s Tech ‘2019 School of the Year’

WIX Filters and O’Reilly Auto Parts have once again partnered with Tomorrow’s Technician to find the best technician training school in the country.

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WIX Filters and O’Reilly Auto Parts have once again partnered with Tomorrow’s Technician as the title sponsors for the Tomorrow’s Technician “2019 School of the Year” competition.

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The School of the Year program is a national contest to find and name the best technician training school in the country. The contest is open to all high schools or post-secondary schools that have a subscription to Tomorrow’s Tech.

Twenty finalists will be announced after all submissions are received on Friday, Aug. 2. Judges will then review entry criteria and select the top school from each of the four regions in the U.S. – or the Top Four. The winner will be selected from the four finalists and announced in October.

The winning school will receive a visit by Tomorrow’s Tech staff and program sponsor(s); $5,000 WIX Filters donation to the school’s program; WIX Filters gear; and an appearance by the WIX mobile marketing unit.

In addition, the winning school’s instructor and guest will travel to Las Vegas and attend the AAPEX and SEMA shows as well as a Babcox Media recognition dinner in November.

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The Top 20 schools will receive national recognition on the Tomorrow’s Techwebsite, in the magazine and through various social media outlets. Schools that are selected to the Top Four will receive a $250 gift card from O’Reilly Auto Parts.

Click HERE to nominate your school today! Deadline for nominations is Friday, Aug. 2.

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