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hilmor Announces 2018 ‘Retool Your Future’ Scholarship Contest

October 09, 2018

hilmor®, a leading brand of the DiversiTech family and a manufacturer of innovative tools for heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) technicians, announced the kick-off of its sixth annual Retool Your Future contest. Created to support the next generation of HVAC/R technicians, hilmor will grant five winners a $5,000 scholarship, a new starter kit of hilmor-branded tools valued at $900 and a trip to the world’s largest HVAC/R trade show, AHR Expo, being held in Atlanta Jan. 14-16*.

The contest is open to students currently enrolled or admitted to an established and recognized HVAC/R training school in the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec)*. To enter, students must submit a 250-word essay describing how the HVAC/R industry will “retool their life.”** Submissions can be made at www.retoolyourfuture.com. The deadline for entry submission is Oct. 31, 2018.

The five winners for this year’s contest will be recognized during a press event at DiversiTech’s booth (B817) during the AHR Expo on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019.

“We strongly believe that success in the HVAC/R industry starts with a solid education and access to high quality tools in order to get the job done right,” said DiversiTech Brand Director Andrea Halpin. “Now in its sixth year, we’re delighted to continue to play a part in helping launch the careers of future HVAC/R professionals.”

In addition to the individual scholarship awards, the schools of the Retool Your Future scholarship winners will receive a hilmor Green Wall featuring more than 40 exclusive hilmor HVAC/R tools.

Official rules and regulations are at www.retoolyourfuture.com/rules.

*No Purchase Necessary. Open to legal residents of the U.S. and Canada (excluding Quebec), at least 18 years of age. Official rules available at www.retoolyourfuture.com/rules. **Each potential winner must provide proof of enrollment or acceptance into an established, recognized HVAC training school in the spring of 2019 as a condition of receiving a prize.