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Tips for Chrysler

Written in 2002.

  1. How to sell Neons
  2. How to save lots of money (and customers) with an absurdly inexpensive change
  3. How to keep your customers - and recover the ones you lost
  4. Regaining the faith and loyalty of enthusiastic boosters and customers
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