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Automotive Alumnus Awarded Prestigious BMW Honor

Mark A. Lowmaster A 2008 graduate of Penn College’s two-year automotive technology major recently received a Champion Diagnosis Feedback Award from BMW of North America. Mark A. Lowmaster, a technician with Circle BMW in Eatontown, N.J., since 2009, was presented with a $500 gift card at an industry luncheon. The award recognizes Lowmaster for providing detailed automotive diagnostic information to help other technicians identify and repair vehicle problems correctly and efficiently. His winning report was chosen from 12 finalists, representing the more than 7,000 BMW technicians at 335 locations in the United States. “Our vast network of technicians provides regular feedback that is critical to our Integrated Service Information System and our ability to provide BMW customers with exceptional service,” said George Stanley, technical service engineer for BMW of North America. “Mark’s enuthsiasm and keen ability to identify and solve problems is an asset to Circle BMW and the BMW brand.” Before joining Circle BMW one of the tri-state area’s leading luxury-automobile dealerships graduated from the BMW STEP Technician Development Program. “Circle BMW has one of the finest team of BMW technicians in the state,” said its president, Tom DeFelice. “Mark in particular, exemplifies the high-caliber technician that we have on our team. He is a committed and thorough technician that is well-deserving of this prestigious honor.”

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