Shelor Motor Mile donates tools, equipment to Giles High School
Shelor Motor Mile, located in Christiansburg, has made a large donation of Matco tools and equipment totaling more than $2,750 to the Giles High School Automotive Service Technology department. Part of the Growing the Future: Community Partnership, Shelor presented the Matco donation Dec. 7 at the Giles County Technology Center in Pearisburg. Randall Westbrook, automotive technology service instructor, and students enrolled in the program were present to accept the donation.
The automotive service technology program provides training in the repair and troubleshooting of cars and light trucks. Students learn to use tools and equipment to diagnose and repair problems in engines, suspensions, exhaust, transmission and electrical systems. The program at Giles Tech Center is ASE certified in five of eight areas. Items donated include a full drawer tool cart filled with a ¼” and 3/8” chrome socket set, ½” air gun, 3/8’’ air ratchet, pry bar set, screw driver set, and a 3/8” drive socket impact set.
Shelor Motor Mile is committed to the community by focusing on kids and schools. Building the educational future for the children in Montgomery County, Floyd County, Giles County, Pulaski County, and Radford City is their investment to the community. Shelor Motor Mile’s Growing the Future: Community Partnership continues to grow each year and help schools raise addition funds.
For more information on Growing the Future, visit shelor.com.
– Submitted by Blair Hoke, Shelor Motor Mile
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