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Aftermarket U. airing education PSAs

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BETHESDA, Md. (Jan. 3, 2014) — The University of the Aftermarket Foundation (UAF) is releasing public service announcements (PSAs) for the television shows "Two Guys Garage" and "Truck U" promoting the virtues of education and the availability of scholarships for those seeking a career in the auto care industry.

The UAF said the PSAs were produced by Brenton Productions, producers of "Two Guys Garage" and "Truck U," and will begin airing Jan. 4. Featuring "Two Guys Garage" hosts Willie B and Kevin Byrd and "Truck U" hosts Bruno Massel and Matt Steele, the PSAs share information about the auto care industry scholarships available at www.automotivescholarships.com.

"We want to thank Brenton Productions for helping us get the word out with these creative and informative public service announcements, and we encourage members of the industry to help spread the word about available scholarships by visiting our YouTube channel and sharing links to these PSAs on their social media platforms," said Rusty Bishop, AAP, chairman of the University of the Aftermarket Foundation.

To view the UAF public service announcements online, visit the foundation's YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/UofAFoundation

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