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Dixon Pulver
  • Male
  • Otsego, MI
  • United States
  • DEWEYS-AUTO.COM
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Which best describes you?
Dealership
What company do you work for (or own)?
DEWEYS-AUTO.COM
What is your current position within your organization?
Sales Manager
What is your company website?
http://DEWEYS-AUTO.COM
What is your LinkedIn page/URL?
http://dixonpulver
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email
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It's been a true privilege to have worked with so many interesting people. I have had the benefit of learning from so many, at dealerships since 1981. I have performed duties anywhere from cashier to sales and leasing, business manager to manager. Give me a troubled store and I will make them moeny.

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