American Coach, a leading brand of luxury Class A diesel motorcoaches, announced that 10 local children and grandchildren of Allied Recreation Group (ARG) associates were awarded scholarships this month for their academic success by the American Coach Association (ACA) Scholarship Foundation. According to a press release, these $1,000 scholarships will assist them in their continuing education at a post-secondary institution.
Robert Frank, foundation president, and Foundation Secretary Mary Ann Frank were present at Allied Recreation Group’s headquarters, Decatur, Ind., on Wednesday (May 6) to recognize these high school seniors for their success and congratulate them on being named 2015 ACA Scholarship Award recipients.
“The members of the American Coach Association are extremely grateful for the men and women who work to manufacture the products that mean so much to our families,” said Robert Frank. “Each day, they strive to produce the highest quality and sophisticated luxury coaches. This is simply our way to give back and show that we appreciate the hard work that they do for us.”
The ACA annually recognizes 10 graduating students through its tax deductible, charitable organization, the ACA Scholarship Foundation. In more than 15 years, nearly 160 students have been awarded a $1,000 scholarship to promote moving one step closer to achieving their academic goals.
This year’s 2015 award recipients have been identified as future leaders in early childhood education/special education, theatre and English, accounting, funeral service, veterinary science, automotive, nursing, speech and education, physical therapy and mechanical or agricultural engineering.
“On behalf of all of our American Coach Association members and our 501C3 charitable organization contributors, we wish these 10 students all the best in their future endeavors,” Frank concluded.