SKF Sponsors the Car Care Council Women's Board

SKF Sponsors the Car Care Council Women’s Board

The Car Care Council Women's Board announces SKF has committed to sponsoring the 2006 Women's Board at the Gold level.

The Car Care Council Women’s Board announces SKF has committed to sponsoring the 2006 Women’s Board at the Gold level.

“SKF has sponsored the Women’s Board for many years and we are pleased to donate to the 2006 program,” said Katie Noga, manager, marcom and motorsports for SKF and current president of the Car Care Council Women’s Board.

The Women’s Board offers four tax-deductible sponsorship levels, Platinum ($5,000), Gold ($2,500), Silver ($1,250) and Bronze ($500). These sponsorship dollars cover all of the activities of the various Women’s Board committees, including:
•Consumer education, with special emphasis on female consumers;
•Expanded scholarship program for women;
•Post-secondary vocational students enrolled in automotive programs and planning to enter the automotive field;
•High school students planning to enter the automotive field;
•Northwood University student enrolled in the automotive aftermarket curriculum;
•Recruitment and retention of women into our Industry;
•Development and maintenance of http://women.carcare.org;
•Industry support, articles and educational materials;
•Research projects and public relations activities; and
•Automotive Communications Awards and reception.

The Women’s Board is comprised of professional women and men, including company executives, service shop owners, service writers, motor sports figures, association executives and consultants, who are dedicated to informing female audiences about proper vehicle maintenance and safety, while encouraging young people to investigate automotive career choices.

For more information about the Care Council Women’s Board, visit http://women.carcare.org or e-mail [email protected].

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