Vote For Satellite High School Autoshop In National Quaker State Competition

By  //  October 18, 2015

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winners to be announced Nov. 23

Satellite High School is currently a semi-finalist in the Quaker State Best In Class Challenge and would appreciate your vote. (Popular Mechanics image)

Satellite High School is currently a semi-finalist in the Quaker State Best In Class Challenge and would appreciate your vote. (Popular Mechanics image)

BREVARD COUNTY • SATELLITE BEACH, FLORIDA – Satellite High School is currently a semi-finalist in the Quaker State Best In Class Challenge and would appreciate your vote.

Satellite High School is a high performing auto tech school.

They compete in Skills USA, Ford/AAA, UTI Top Tech Challenge, and Central Florida Dealer competitions.

Sponsored by Quaker State, an American motor oil company, the Best in Class Challenge consists of a six-week competition period, where students from Satellite High engage in hands-on education and at the end of the competition the students will show off their final product to judges, Tommy Pike of Tommy Pike Customs, and Paul Menard, NASCAR Sprint Cup series driver.

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The competition winners will be announced on Nov. 23, and the winners will be awarded a class gift card from AutoZone, featured in Popular Mechanics magazine and they will have the potential to sell their school’s car at the Mecum auction in Texas.

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR SATELLITE HIGH SCHOOL

Satellite High School is currently a semi-finalist in the Quaker State Best In Class Challenge and would appreciate your vote. (Popular Mechanics image)

Satellite High School is currently a semi-finalist in the Quaker State Best In Class Challenge and would appreciate your vote. (Popular Mechanics image)


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