On January 2, 2018

Killington Students Have Opportunity for New Scholarship

Killington, VT- An opportunity has opened for Killington students who are attending or will be enrolling in an accredited two or four-year college and who have a minimum 3.0 GPA. A-1 Auto Transport, Inc., a car shipping company based in California who delivers vehicles to and from the Killington area of Vermont announced this week they are extending their offer for their $1000 college scholarship to students in various cities nationwide including Killington.

The scholarship was set up in 2016 and the company has opened entry in various cities worldwide since its origination. Students can enter for the scholarship by doing the following:

Students must write a 1000-word minimum essay with a topic coinciding with the auto shipping industry. All content written must be 100% original and not found elsewhere on the internet. Content will be checked for plagiarism when received and will not be accepted if found to be printed anywhere online.

Topics are suggested on the company website on the scholarship page at:
https://www.a1autotransport.com/a-1-auto-transport-scholarship/

All entries will be posted to the company website to be voted on by the public. Students may enter by sending their essay, full name and name of the school to: scholarships@a1autotransport.com. Entries will be accepted on a rolling basis now through March 10, 2010 and a winner will be announced by the Scholarship Committee by the end of March 2018 on the company website as well as by direct email communication.

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