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Old 02-17-2009, 05:35 PM
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If nothing else, my freehand Skater made the class go faster. Who wants to learn about micro-polishing camshafts anyway?

I was thinking a pair of Sterlings for power...

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Just a passing thought here ................ Wouldn't someone involved in the auto industry, given it's present state, be better off somewhat vaguely paying attention to the presentation? Skaters are way cool, but then so is a decent paycheck.


Or do sales people now belong to the UAW?
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Just a passing thought here ................ Wouldn't someone involved in the auto industry, given it's present state, be better off somewhat vaguely paying attention to the presentation? Skaters are way cool, but then so is a decent paycheck.


Or do sales people now belong to the UAW?
Thanks, but being a Gold level Nissan rep means I already know about nav systems and the VQ engine. Listening to that training wasn't going to make me another cent.

As far as the state of the auto industry, at my Nissan store we're actually doing OK. Maybe that's because we're located right in the middle of a slew of wealthly Chicago suburbs, I don't know. The domestic stores in my dealer group are hurting.
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Thanks, but being a Gold level Nissan rep means I already know about nav systems and the VQ engine. Listening to that training wasn't going to make me another cent.

As far as the state of the auto industry, at my Nissan store we're actually doing OK. Maybe that's because we're located right in the middle of a slew of wealthly Chicago suburbs, I don't know. The domestic stores in my dealer group are hurting.
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I was thinking a pair of Sterlings for power...


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