Ford gives boost to JoeAuto start-up

Mikolajczyk, Sigmund J.
February 2001
Tire Business;2/26/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the contribution of Ford Motor Co. in financing the plans of JoeAuto Inc. to transform automobile service procurement in Texas. Parcel purchased by JoeAuto for a prototypical service center; Services offered by the company; Annual revenue generated by the firm.


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