On Tuesday, April 25, St. Louis-based automotive and collision repair businesses participated in the first-ever Clays for Careers sporting clays event. The clay shoot brought together over 15 companies from throughout the industry with one goal: assist students pursuing trades by supporting local tech schools’ automotive and collision repair programs.
The three schools benefiting from Clays for Careers were Lewis & Clark Career Center, North Tech High School and South Tech High School. Each school will receive $3,714.90 to purchase new equipment and/or repair existing tools.
“The Collision Industry has a unique opportunity to strengthen the future of the trade
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