Vent-A-Hood, the company that created the modern residential range hood, recently announced the recipients of the 2015 – 2016 Vent-A-Hood Scholarship Fund. The four students are graduates of North Texas high schools and each received a one-year scholarship in the amount of $2,000.
Since starting the program in 2000, Vent-A-Hood has awarded more than 100 scholarships to outstanding North Texas students as they further their ambitions through higher education.
“At Vent-A-Hood we understand the passion fuelling these young students towards achieving their dreams. We congratulate these hard working students and wish them continued success as they pursue and achieve their educational goals,” said Miles Woodall III, CEO of Vent-A-Hood.
The 2015-2016 Vent-A-Hood Scholarship recipients include:
• Lauren Wells, junior, attending the University of Oklahoma
• Ethan Geer, senior, attending the University of North Texas
• Kylie Leeper, freshman, attending Texas Christian University
• Brian Butler, graduate student, attending Purdue University
All scholarship recipients are children of Vent-A-Hood employees and/or Vent-A-Hood distributor employees.
Founded in 1933, Vent-A-Hood, based in Richardson, Texas, is the oldest manufacturer of residential range hoods in America. Each product manufactured by Vent-A-Hood is individually engineered for performance in addition to style. Vent-A-Hood products are sold in all 50 states as well as Canada. For more information, please visit http://www.ventahood.com. You can also follow Vent-A-Hood on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/VentAHood and Twitter at @ventahood_co.