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GAAS Scholarship Committee Announces Scholarship Recipients

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June 10, 2013—The Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium (GAAS) Scholarship Fund recently announced the recipients of the Breslow Foundation scholarships.

The $2,000 scholarships are awarded to five students in the automotive aftermarket and performance markets.

Recipient for the 2013 scholarships are:
—Brittany Saraniti, Macedonia, Ohio
—Brooke Hull, Cedar Springs, Mich.
—Bruce Biegler, Timber Lake, S.D.
—Megan Carpenter, Laingsburg, Mich.
—Nicole Kelsey, Tuscon, Ariz

The scholarships honor the late Barry Breslow, who was one of the original owners of Autospecialty Inc., a former chairman of the Auto International Association (AIA), an AIA Hall of Fame member, and a former AIA Person of the Year.

“Our family is pleased to honor Barry’s memory by supporting the educational goals of future aftermarket leaders,” said Wendy Breslow, widow of Barry Breslow. “By aiding these students, we are ensuring that Barry’s legacy will live on.”

The scholarships are available to applicants attending four-year colleges or universities who are planning to pursue careers in the automotive aftermarket or automotive performance market.

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