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100 STUDENTS FROM 50 STATES TO COMPETE IN NATIONAL FINALS OF CHRYSLER/AAA TROUBLE SHOOTING CONTEST

 100 STUDENTS FROM 50 STATES TO COMPETE IN NATIONAL FINALS
 OF CHRYSLER/AAA TROUBLE SHOOTING CONTEST
 The National Finals of the Chrysler/AAA Trouble Shooting Contest will take place on June 15, from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Chrysler Technology Center here.
 Two-member teams from all 50 states will compete in a "hands-on" automotive service competition for national scholarships, awards and prizes valued at more than $60,000. One student will be awarded the Lee Iacocca Scholarship Achievement Trophy for scoring the highest points on a written examination. The instructor of the winning team will be presented the AAA President's Cup.
 Contestants can be photographed during the contest and will be available for interviews on site at 11 a.m. Trophies will be presented at 11:30 a.m. Chrysler and AAA representatives will be on hand for interviews. A video news release of the event will be transmitted by satellite on the day of the contest. For transmission times and coordinates, contact Bill Robbins, MVP Communications, 313-588-7600.
 The Chrysler Technology Center (CTC) is located 30 miles north of downtown Detroit. To get to CTC from the south, take I-75 (Chrysler Freeway) north to the Oakland Technology Center exit. Follow direction signs to the center. To reach CTC from the north, take I-75 south to the University Drive exit; turn west on University Drive and continue to Opdyke Road; turn on Opdyke Road and then east onto Featherstone Road; continue on Featherstone Road over I-75 and turn left into CTC.
 Questions regarding the national finals should be addressed to Alan Miller, Chrysler-Plymouth at 313-956-2566, of Geoff Sundstrom, AAA, at 407-444-8000.
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CO: American Automobile Association; Chrysler-Plymouth ST: Florida, Michigan IN: AUT SU:

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