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Quinn Thanked for Pickup Donation to Construction Technology Program

PHOTO CUTLINE: Bob Quinn, former owner of Quinn Construction, Inc., and current owner of American West Corp., left, is shown with Bret Clark, WDT Construction Technology Program Director/Instructor, right, and the pickup he donated to the WDT Construction Technology program.

In fall 2019, Bret Clark, Western Dakota Tech (WDT) Construction Technology Program Director/Instructor, reached out to the Construction Industry Center (CIC) seeking a donation of a good used pickup to use in his Construction Technology program for the purpose of hauling materials and equipment to job sites where students apply their practical learning. CIC in turn reached out to the industry. 

Enter Bob Quinnformer owner of Quinn Construction, Inc., and current owner of American West Corp., who called CIC a few weeks later, saying, “I may have a vehicle that will work for them.”

Unfortunately, Bob’s donation was delayed when COVID struck disrupting the college schedule. Recently, just in time for the Fall 2020 Semester, Bob presented a 2008 Chevrolet 2500, complete with/utility box, to Bret and the WDT program.

Bret, Construction Technology students, and all of WDT thank Bob for the donation and the CCI for helping us fulfill our vehicle need.
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