Three Auto Shows in Three Months – Lincoln Tech is Firing on All Cylinders


The Philadelphia Auto show in January, the Denver Auto Show and New York International Auto Show in April – Lincoln Tech was there, promoting hands-on automotive and diesel training programs that allow car enthusiasts put their potential to work. Between all three shows, thousands of people stopped by the Lincoln Tech booths to talk to our representatives and find out more about the benefits of career-focused training. A few alumni from local campuses even came by to reminisce, sharing stories about their time at Lincoln.

From a Black Tie Event to the Main Showroom Floor, Lincoln Tech Makes an Impact at the Philadelphia Auto Show.

Exotic cars like Bugatti, Rolls-Royce, McLaren, Lamborghini, Ferrari along with the super cool Lincoln Tech diesel pickup.  What do they have in common?  All were popular attractions at the Philadelphia Auto Show.  Held January 27-February 4 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, the festivities started the night before the show opened with a charity event that raised over $600,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Lincoln Tech got people buzzing with this program ad.

Once the show opened, the Lincoln Tech booth drew crowds throughout the week. Thousands  came by to play games, win prizes and learn more about how automotive students at Lincoln’s Philadelphia campus and diesel students at Lincoln’s South Plainfield, NJ campus receive comprehensive instruction from ASE-certified instructors. The students are guided through the inner workings of engines, parts, fuel and emissions systems, drivability issues, diagnostics, air bag diagnosis, transmissions, drive lines and more!

Lincoln Tech Wound up Center Stage at the Denver Auto Show.

The Colorado Convention Center April 4-8 was THE place to be for car lovers.

A great way to check out the newest model year imports and domestics — cars, vans, crossovers, hybrids, light trucks, sport utilities – to suit every budget and lifestyle. And, to find out more about the skills-focused training programs offered at Lincoln Tech’s Denver campus.  The Lincoln Tech booth was right in the middle of all the excitement, and was busy all day, every day.

Supporting High School Students and Inspiring Future Automotive Professionals – Lincoln Tech at the New York Auto Show.

The New York International Auto Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center was held March 30-April 8. The show featured new technologies and high-concept cars. Lincoln Tech started the show off by participating as a sponsor of The National Automotive Technology Competition, presented by the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association (GNYADA). High school students from across the country had the chance to compete in tests of skills and knowledge. Lincoln also hosted the awards banquet where prizes and scholarships were handed out to deserving winners.   DJ Envy, from local radio station 105.1 and a frequent visitor to several Lincoln Tech campuses, was there to support the participants.

Upstairs on the main floor, the Lincoln Tech booth was jumping throughout the show. The newly wrapped Lincoln Tech Corvette drew quite a crowd! Thousands[BS2]  of visitors dropped by to chat with Lincoln Tech representatives about training programs to help them launch exciting, rewarding careers in the automotive industry.

In the next ten years nearly 756,000 Automotive Tech and 282,000 Diesel Tech jobs will open up around the country*. Get the skills and experience you need to make yourself more marketable at Lincoln Tech. Talk to a rep at your local Lincoln campus, and put yourself on the road to success.

National figures cited above are based on projected annual job openings which refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement. This data was compiled from the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, for the years 2016-2026,, captured on March 27, 2018. State-specific employment projections can also be found at for the years 2014 -2024.


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