GET TO WORK — Pictured, from left: Joey Koebel of West Valley, Shop Foreman Mike Landisio, Dan Nuernberger of Pioneer and Technician Mike Liszkiewicz.
SPRINGVILLE — Emerling Ford of Springville has partnered with the Ellicottville Career and Technical Center BOCES, to help educate automobile technician students.
HIGH TECH — Pictured, from left: Joey Koebel of West Valley, Instructor Tim Fisher and Daniel Nuernberger of Pioneer.
Ellicottville center seniors Dan Nuernberger and Joey Koebel spent a week at Emerling Ford, with auto technicians Mike Landisio and Mike Liszkiewicz, who helped prepare the students for the annual Niagara Frontier Dealership Association troubleshooting competition, held at Erie Community College on Jan. 19.
During that competition, a 2013 Ford F150 was bugged with 10 or more problems that the students were required to find and fix, within an allotted time period.
WORKING TOGETHER — Pictured, from left: Service Manager Mike Haberer, Dan Nuernberger of Pioneer, Service Manager John Rotino, Joe Koebel of West Valley and Shop Foreman Mike Landisio.
Nuernberger and Koebel reported that they “felt good” about their Jan. 19 performances.
Both seniors received commendation from the judges, for their skills and knowledge.
Emerling Ford is located on South Cascade Drive in Springville.