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Just in case you don’t already know me I thought I would give you a little background. I grew up in a little town in western New York called Avon, then moved to Champaign, IL to attend college at the University of Illinois. After 21 years of harsh winters I moved to Georgia!
I joined Atlanta Classic Cars in April of 2003 as the first Delivery Specialist. I held that position for about 18 months, showing new owners how to use all of the features of their Mercedes-Benz. It was a great way to learn the details of each model. I was promoted into sales in December of 2004 and have been at it ever since.
As a salesperson here at Atlanta Classic Cars, it is important for me to keep my clients (and my potential clients!) up to date on what’s new with the brand, the dealership, and with me. In the past I have sent postcards and e-mail newsletters, but those lack the immediacy of blogging.
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New & Pre-Owned Sales Representative
Atlanta Classic Cars
Direct – 770 279 3680
Fax – 770 279 3681
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