duncan aviation gives a&p students a chance to win a snap-on toolbox
August 22, 2018
Duncan Aviation is giving aviation maintenance students a chance to win a Snap-on Master Series 13-drawer roll cabinet. The toolbox is valued at $10,000 and was purchased by Todd Duncan at an auction this spring for the National Business Aviation Association’s Maintenance Technical Reward and Career Scholarship (TRACS) program.
At the NBAA’s Maintenance Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, this May, the toolbox was won in a raffle and then promptly donated back to TRACS to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Todd Duncan, Chairman of Duncan Aviation, purchased it at auction for $6,000. He now wants to give it to one lucky aviation student.
Aviation maintenance students who attend upcoming on-campus career and recruitment events this fall and visit Duncan Aviation’s booth are encouraged to enter a drawing to win the toolbox. One winner will be drawn from each event. A final winner will then be drawn in early 2019 at an opening event for Duncan Aviation’s first expansion maintenance hangar at its Provo, Utah, facility.
“It’s a beautiful piece of art depicting an aviation-themed wrap,” Duncan says. “I am sure some lucky student will be very proud to store his or her tools in it. Who knows, maybe the toolbox will even grace a Duncan Aviation hangar again sometime in the future.”