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I have been working as a Business Mgr for 14 years at Homan Auto Sales. I have worked for 12 yrs at the Chrysler location and 2 years at the GM facility. Prior to that, I worked 4 yrs as a Commercial Lender for Bank One and 11 yrs as a Youth Counselor for juvenile delinquent boys ages 12-18. I have a bachelors degree in business with an emphasis in finance and a minor in psychology.
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