Virginia high school student wins GM automotive skills competition

April 30, 2013
Winning student receives gifts from GM, BG and Snap-on Tools.

Grayson Shinault, a junior and first-year automotive technology student at Colonial Heights High School in Colonial Heights, Va., won first place in the junior division of the 16th annual General Motors Automotive skills competition hosted at J Sargeant Reynolds Community College in Goochland, Va., according to The Progress Index in Petersburg, Va. 

He was rewarded with several gifts from General Motors, BG company and a $200 gift certificate from Snap-On Tools.

Read about the winning student.

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