PCTI’s 4th Annual Bulldog Car Show Was a Great Day for Car Enthusiasts and More!

Passaic County Technical Institute (PCTI) hosted its 4th Annual Car Show on Saturday, October 26th. Sponsored by the PCTI Education Foundation, the show was held on a beautiful fall day and featured more than 250 cars, motorcycles, and trucks.

More than 500 car enthusiasts, guests and members of the Bulldog community convened on campus for the much-anticipated show. Visitors viewed the vehicles on display, mingled with others and enjoyed a performance by students of PCTI’s vocal program. In a demonstration of PCTI teamwork, students and instructors of the School of Automotive Technology served as judges for the event while Culinary Arts students prepared food and drink for guests to enjoy.

“The Car Show is a wonderful example of Bulldog pride and collaboration,” said Diana C. Lobosco, Chief School Administrator of PCTVS. “Thanks to the hard work of our students and staff, this annual event was an outstanding success. We are eager to welcome everyone back to campus for next year’s show!”

Thank you to the Education Foundation for your continued support as well as everyone who attended this exciting event! PCTI is looking forward to another successful show next year!

More than 250 vehicles arrived on campus for the Car Show.

Chief School Administrator Diana C. Lobosco, Commissioner Mike Coscia and Education Foundation President Al Alexander are all-smiles with the 4th Annual Car Show trophies.

PCTI Automotive Technology students showed off their collision repair and paint work on this Fiat.