Christian Brother Automotive's 2nd Annual "Apples for Teachers" Award

Christian Brother Automotive's 2nd Annual "Apples for Teachers" Award

| By: Christian Brothers Automotive

Christian Brothers Automotive is gearing up for the 2nd annual “Apples for Teachers” contest! Last year, 10 teachers from across the country received free oil changes, gift certificates and the top 3 winners even received an Apple iPad Mini!

This year, give your favorite teacher an Apple!

To nominate a teacher, visit our Facebook Page and, in 250 words or less, tell us how they have made a “Nice Difference” in the lives of students and the community.

From all of the nominations, the top 15 will be chosen so our fans can vote for their favorite. Have your nominations in by September 25th and voting will begin Septembe 29th.

The grand prize winner will receive an Apple iPad Mini, a $250 gift card to Christian Brothers Automotive, a $250 gift card to Staples and a pizza party for the ENTIRE SCHOOL!

“With this contest, our goal is to show our support for local schools, and to reward the deserving teachers who are helping shape the future of this country.”

– Mark Carr, founder of Christian Brothers Automotive

Visit our Facebook page and nominate your favorite teacher for an Apple iPad!

Click here to visit our Facebook Page and submit your nomination. Give your great teacher the extra credit they deserve!

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