T.A.P. (Teacher Appreciation Program) Announcement!

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Hey there Motor Works family! Sara here, with just a bit more info about our *NEW* Teacher Appreciation Program (T.A.P.), and what we’re going to be doing going forward, to show our love for the educational community.

First, we’ll be extending a new “perk ” for teachers & educators in our area. As of June 2018, all of our clients who work with K-12 students will receive a percentage off their total – at every visit. Just give us a call (or shoot over an email) to learn more.

Second, for the summer of 2018, we’ll be holding a ‘Supply Drive’ where we’ll be collecting much needed classroom supplies to be donated just in time for the ‘Back-to-School’ season. Motor Works will be matching whatever our clients bring in – so don’t hold back y’all!

We’ll also be rewarding our clients who participate in the Supply Drive. All you have to do is donate a new/unopened school supply to the drive when you’re in for service, and we’ll apply a credit to your account. The standard items (pencils, paper, glue sticks, composition books, folders, etc.), in addition to the less common (hand sanitizer, wet wipes, face tissue) all qualify. If you’re not sure what to send, no worries, just give us a call & we can give you a list 😉

“How can I get involved” you ask? Well, there are a couple different ways you can show your support. One is to donate to the supply drive – either at your next visit, or, any time you’re in the area – just stop by. Another is to nominate a teacher (or school PTA) to win a portion of the supplies. Just head over to our Facebook page, tag the teacher (or School PTA) you’d like to nominate in your post, and they will be entered in to the contest. You can also nominate via email if you’d prefer… Just shoot us an email with their information and we’ll take car of the rest*. At the end of summer, we’ll be selecting three random winners to be gifted with the supplies we’ve collected. If you have any questions, or would like further information about the “perks of Motor Works”, don’t hesitate to call or email us directly – we’re always happy to help!

* To nominate via email: Just shoot us an email with their info to: [email protected], with “TAP” as the subject.

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