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DaimlerChrysler Donates Dodge Ram Van

DaimlerChrysler of Auburn Hills, Mich., recently donated a 1997 Dodge Ram Van 2500 to Pennsylvania College of Technology.

The donated van, which is valued at $23,063, will be used for instructional purposes only.

Presenting the van for Daimler-Chrysler was Sherri Beckwith. Accepting the vehicle for Penn College was Colin W. Williamson, dean of the School of Transportation Technology.

“The addition of the van will broaden our automotive students’ familiarity with different manufacturers and types of body styles,” said Williamson, who noted students in the College’s Automotive Technology Management bachelor-degree program have performed internships with Chrysler.

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