Famie loses -- but he'll survive

May 2001
Automotive News;5/7/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5928, p4
Trade Publication
Reports developments related to the automotive industry in the United States as of May 2001. Recruitment of chef Famie Keith for the automobile advertising of Pontiac-GMS in Washington; Commentary of Jim Press, chief operation officer of Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. on company operations; Introduction of a high-technology headgear.


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