I know we all have our opinions about Harbor Freight, some good and some not so good. But I think most if not all of us agree that high school shop classes and tech schools are considered the red haired step children of our college or nothing educators/school boards. That said I got this in an email from Harbor Freight and I hope its OK to post here. If not and the mods delete it I understand. Our team at Harbor Freight is hard at work making sure we continue to meet your essential needs for tools and equipment during these challenging times. We are committed to your safety and health, and to bringing you value when you need it the most. We also want to bring the Harbor Freight community some joy and inspiration as we work together to get through this. Next time you visit HarborFreight.com or one of our stores, we hope you’ll take a moment to look for a poster of a smiling teacher holding a big check for $100,000.00. In that photo, Wendy, a Florida high school agriculture teacher, just won the 2019 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. She was one of 18 winners across America who, along with their public high schools, shared in the $1,000,000 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools awards each year to some of the best skilled trades teachers out there. This year, please join us in helping to honor great teachers like Wendy. Think of teachers at the high school or career and tech center in your neighborhood...even though those schools may be closed during this crisis. Thank them. Then encourage them to apply for the 2020 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence at hftforschoolsprize.org. Tell them they deserve to be recognized for their incredible work and, even during this difficult time, they deserve to be celebrated. Sincerely, Eric Smidt Owner and Founder Harbor Freight Tools Harbor Freight Tools for Schools is a program of The Smidt Foundation established by Harbor Freight Tools founder Eric Smidt. For more information about the program, please visit: https://harborfreighttoolsforschools.org/. Applications for the prize are open at hftforschoolsprize.org. Stay up to date on the latest prize news on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.