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WIX Filters Reveals Top 4 Schools In 2015 School Of The Year Competition

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2015SOTY-700x350WIX Filters and O’Reilly Auto Parts, partners with Tomorrow’s Tech as title sponsors for the 2015 School of the Year competition, have announced the Top 4 schools selected from 77 entrants in the U.S.

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The Top 20 schools were asked to submit a video highlighting their tech programs. Judges reviewed the video entries and selected one finalist from each region. The winner will be selected from the four finalists and announced at AAPEX on Nov. 2.

The Top 4 schools are:

Region 1 (Northeast): Delaware Technical Community College: Georgetown, DE

Region 2 (Southeast): Iredell-Statesville Automotive Technology Center: Troutman, NC

Region 3 (Midwest): University of Northwestern Ohio: Lima, OH

Region 4 (West): Southeast Tech Institute: Sioux Falls, SD

The winning school will receive: 

  • Visit by Tomorrow’s Tech staff and program sponsors
  • $2,500 WIX Filters donation to the school’s program
  • O’Reilly and WIX Filters gear
  • Appearance by either the WIX or O’Reilly Auto Parts marketing unit
  • Travel for the class instructor and a guest to Las Vegas to attend Babcox Media’s recognition dinner at AAPEX

 

Each school receives national recognition on the Tomorrow’s Tech website and print edition, as well as through social media channels. Schools that are selected to the Final 4 will receive a professional automotive tool set and a $250 gift card from O’Reilly Auto Parts.

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This is the eighth annual search to find the best technical training school in the U.S. The program is open to high schools or post-secondary schools that have a subscription to Tomorrow’s Tech.

Videos can be viewed at: https://vimeo.com/album/3560159.

 

 

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