The students took second place at the National Automotive Technology Competition held in New York City.
From an article on the LehighValleyLive.com website:
The Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical School team of Dan Mirza and Logan Koehler took second place in the National Automotive Technology Competition held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City recently.
As “Team Chrysler,” they represented the Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Dealers Association, competing with automotive teams from across the country.
Along with their instructors Jeff Cantrel and Mike Lemke, Mirza, a student at Bethlehem Catholic High School, and Koehler, a student at Northampton Area High School, spent weeks working on a Chrysler 200S, loaned to the team by Brown-Daub as their training vehicle.