Joshua Johnson

Josh started his mechanical career in the United States Air Force as a weapons technician on F-15E Strike Eagles. After his Honorable Discharge, Josh knew that he could not load munitions on aircraft, so he needed a career that would be forever in need. He chose automotive mechanics since there are over 300,000,000 cars in the U.S. He knew that his high mechanical aptitude would serve him better in the civilian field as well.
Josh attended ATC in Exton PA. This was the highest accredited automotive training center on the east coast the year prior to his attendance. He graduated 2nd in his class of 187 people and was the only to graduate having passes all 8 of his ASE Certifications.
Right from that school he attended BMW STEP and again graduated 2nd in his class.
After Graduation, Josh worked at I.G. Burton BMW in Milford Delaware for 5 years. After that he worked at a dealership in Baltimore until the Stock Crash in 2008. Josh started Baltimore Bimmer in 2009.