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Ricart Automotive donates vehicle

Campus News | Tuesday, January 26, 2021

A picture of the vehicle being donated with professors and some Ricart employees standing in front of it.

Pictured, left to right, Steve Levin, associate professor; Dave Hill, lab technician; Mark Mitchell, associate professor; Brad Sells, Ricart technician career development director; Jared Ricart, Ricart president; and Ian Andrews, assistant professor.

Despite the economic challenges presented by the pandemic, Ricart Automotive Group has continued its support of the College. The company continues to employ many Columbus State students and graduates, fills vital roles on the College’s ASSET and Auto advisory boards, and consistently donates tools and equipment to benefit our programs. On January 7, Jared Ricart and Brad Sells dropped by the AUTO lab with their latest contribution, a 2012 electric Ford Focus. This vehicle will round out Columbus State’s alternative fuels and hybrid/electric training fleet and allow students vital hands-on opportunities with full-electric technology. 


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