Vote for Bronx High School in Auto Shop Challenge

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For the second year in a row, Quaker State has challenged high schools across the country to participate in their Quaker State “Best in Class Challenge.” The challenge is a 6-week automotive education competition where shop classes across the country are given the task of tuning, restoring and customizing a pre-owned car into a pristine, creative representation of their school. Now, the competition has been narrowed down to 55 semi-finalist schools, and Alfred E. Smith Career and Technical Education High School here in the Bronx is one of them!

Prizes for the top five schools will be:

 

1st Place Grand Prize – A feature digital article and video on automotive websites, a $2,500 credit account at AutoZone, a customized tool kit ($500 value) and the opportunity to sell their vehicle at auction with proceeds being awarded back to their school.

·         2nd Place Prize – A $2,000 credit account at AutoZone and ownership of their customized vehicle from the competition.

·         3rd Place Prize – A $1,500 credit account at AutoZone and ownership of their customized vehicle from the competition.

·         4th Place Prize – A $1,000 credit account at AutoZone and ownership of their customized vehicle from the competition.

·         5th Place Prize – A $750 credit account at AutoZone and ownership of their customized vehicle from the competition.

 

To vote for  Alfred E. Smith Career and Technical Education High School here in the Bronx, visit www.quakerstate.com and choose the school from the drop down menu (it’s listed under New Jersey area).

 

Good luck to the Bronx high school and the rest of the schools!

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