General Motors Donates Equinox and Silverado Crew Cab to DMACC's Automotive Program
General Motors has donated two vehicles to the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP). The vehicles include a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab 1500 pickup with a manufactured suggested retail price (MSRP) of $46,745 and a 2011 Equinox with a MSRP of $24,300. DMACC ASEP students (left to right) Nihad Dzafic of Waukee, Matt Fullerton of Rockford, Kyle Carnahan of Perry, Matt Scott of Altoona, Madison McLaughlin of Norwalk, Brandon Cornelius of Lake City, Kalvyn Bentler of Mount Pleasant, Brock Travis of Harlan, Wesley Spencer of Marshalltown and Gregg Anderson of Perry stand in front of the donated 2011 Equinox. The vehicle has a 2.4L ECOTECH direct-injected with variable value timing engine, a six-speed tip automatic transmission with overdrive, anti-lock brakes system with traction control, four-wheel disc brakes and rack and pinion steering. The vehicle will be used by the DMACC ASEP students to learn about the latest technology on today’s vehicles.
General Motors Donates Camaro to DMACC's Automotive Program
General Motors has donated a direct-injected, six-speed, 2012 Chevrolet Camaro to the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) to be used by students to learn the latest technology on G.M. vehicles. DMACC ASEP students who got a first-hand look at the donated Camaro include:(left to right) Robert Hughes, Kalvyn Bentler, Madison McLaughlin, Sean Oliver, Dylan Windecker, John Pease, Nihad Dzafic, Wesley Spencer, Matthew Fullerton, Brandon Cornelius, Kyle Carnahan, Brock Travis, Matthew Scott, Greg Anderson and Juston Thayer.This marks the 28th ASEP graduating class held at the DMACC Ankeny Campus.The ASEP students will graduate this May and then be hired full-time by their sponsoring dealers.
General Motors Donates Vehicle to DMACC's Automotive Program
DMACC Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) students stand next to a 2012 Buick LaCrosse that General Motors is donating to DMACC's ASEP program so the students can learn about the latest technology on today's G.M. vehicles. The 15 ASEP students will graduate in May of this year. Click here for more: