Custom Automotive Network (CAN) presented SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting with a donation to the SEMA Scholarship Fund at CAN's 2018 General Membership Meeting in Las Vegas.
CAN has been actively partnering with the SEMA scholarship fund for many years. This year, the scholarship money benefited two industry professionals and CAN members: Cynthia Bullion, engineering operations manager of Competition Cams and Kaylie Null, data and marketing associate for Truck Accessories Group (TAG).
"We are honored to present both of these very deserving women with a loan forgiveness award, and we wish them both success,” said Tracie Nunez, president of CAN. “Custom Automotive Network values being able to invest in the educational pursuits of our members."
The 2019 SEMA Scholarship Fun application period is now open, and students from all academic and technical disciplines that lead to careers in the automotive industry are welcome to apply. For more information on the eligibility criteria, visit sema.org/scholarships.
Custom Automotive Network was originally known as Performance Warehouse Association (PWA). For more information visit customautomotivenetwork.com or call 760.346.5647.