Monday, September 3, 2018

Auto Transport Company Opens Scholarship to Kansas Students

Press Release

Baldwin City, Kansas is the place to be for a chance to win the A-1 Auto Transport college scholarship this coming year. The company, one of the largest auto transport companies in the nation is based in California with offices in Kansas is offering their annual scholarship to students nationwide as a way of paying it forward to the public for supporting their business for more than twenty years.
Image courtesy A-1 Auto Transport
Award amounts of $250, $500 and $1000 are awarded in the spring each year to students who have shown initiative and dedication towards furthering their education by enrolling in an accredited college, university, vocational school or truck driving school. The only requirement other than being enrolled in an accredited school is that the student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. There are no age restrictions for entry.
To enter, students need to email their full name, contact information, name and contact information for their school, and a 1000 minimum word article focused on the auto transport industry to: by the deadline for entry date of March 10, 2019.
Winners will be chosen by the A-1 Auto Transport Scholarship Committee at the end of March 2019 and the winners will be posted on the scholarship page on the company website as well as notified in person.
For more information about entry and to see entries and winners from the current school year, you can check the scholarship page at:
The transportation and trucking industries are steadily growing and companies like A-1 Auto Transport are always looking for qualified drivers and logistics team members. With a tougher than ever workforce, a college education is vital in today’s job market and the company is working to make a difference to help guide students in the right direction.
According to Joe Webster, Director of Marketing and overseer of the scholarship program, “This is what entrepreneurship is all about and we work hard to help student’s, so they can be a great benefit to their local communities and bring something great to the table to keep companies like ours thriving well throughout the years.”
He went on to say, “This is our way of paying back those cities and local communities we have served over the years and showing our customers and the public that we care about their future.”
All award money will be sent directly to the school financial office as soon as winners have been determined for the 2019 school year.

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