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Houston-based CAT celebrates scholarship tradition
Local students compete for $5000 toward higher education

Cat Lift Trucks announced its call for applications for the Cat Lift Trucks annual scholarship program, which awards a Houston-area high school senior with a $5,000 scholarship toward higher education in the state of Texas. Now in its 10th year, the program has awarded $80,000 in scholarship funding to deserving high school seniors pursuing a degree in engineering or a business-related field at an accredited college, university or technical school in Texas.  “We are excited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Cat Lift Trucks Scholarship program in Houston,” said Kent Eudy, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Cat Lift Trucks. “To date, this program has assisted 16 Houston-area students in their pursuit of higher education, and we are honored to continue helping local students realize their goals of attending college.”

Applicants will be graded on academics, leadership and community involvement. These elements, along with two narrative essays, will be weighted equally in deciding on the 2014 scholarship finalists. The chosen scholarship recipient will be formally awarded the funds during a reception in spring 2014 in the Cat Lift Trucks suite at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, where the company will celebrate its tenth consecutive year as the event’s Official Lift Truck Provider. 

The Cat Lift Trucks 2013 scholarship recipient was Melissa Gerhart, who is currently studying at Texas A&M University.

Application forms and scholarship requirements can be downloaded at www.cat-lift.com or picked up at one of local Houston Cat® lift truck dealer, Adobe Equipment Inc.’s five Houston locations.

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