ZF Postpones Remainder of ‘Installation Education’

Source: ZF

VERNON HILLS, Ill. – Due to the concern of the health and safety of students nationwide, ZF Aftermarket and Jeff Buckley, owner of My Father’s Shop, are postponing the Installation Education campaign, which has been open to high schools, colleges and technical centers.

The Installation Education campaign was launched March 1st, scheduled to run through March 31st. Entries received during that period would have been eligible to be listed during the voting period. The top three most voted on schools would be awarded sets of TRW brake pads at the end of the voting period on April 15th.

With a significant portion of the states cancelling schools for a minimum of two weeks, the campaign has been put on hold. Those schools which have already entered will remain valid as an entry for when the program begins again.

Once schools are back in session, ZF Aftermarket will announce the new entry and voting periods. The company thanks the classrooms who have already entered, and for everyone’s understanding during these unprecedented times.

About: ZF

ZF is a global technology company and supplies systems for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and industrial technology, enabling the next generation of mobility. With its comprehensive technology portfolio, the company offers integrated solutions for established vehicle manufacturers, mobility providers and start-up companies in the fields of transportation and mobility. The company continually enhances its systems in the areas of digital connectivity and automation in order to allow vehicles to see, think and act.

In 2018, ZF achieved sales of €36.9 billion. The company has a global workforce of 149,000 with approximately 230 locations in 40 countries. ZF invests over six percent of its sales in research and development annually.

With integrated solutions and the entire ZF product portfolio, the ZF Aftermarket Division of ZF Friedrichshafen AG guarantees the performance and efficiency of vehicles throughout their life cycle. Its combination of established product brands, digital innovations, customized products and services, and a worldwide service network has made ZF a sought-after partner and number two in the global automotive aftermarket.


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