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I was born into the automotive industry and have spent nearly 40 years in all positions but mainly in managerial positions. I feel my experince and views could be invaluable to other members of the group. Conversly, I feel I too can learn from the younger generation brought up in the technology age which I could use tips about how better to utilize it.
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