AutoNation aims for 48 Five Stars

Kurylko, Diana T.
April 2002
Automotive News;4/15/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5979, p34
Trade Publication
Reports the aim of AutoNation Inc. automobile dealers to include its stores into the Five Star program of Chrysler Corp. in the U.S. Request of AutoNation to conduct a Five Star training program from the company; Payment of AutoNation for the program.


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