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Saturday, October 25, 2008


Kirk Brinkerhoff

The problem that most companies are not seeing is that the economy is the problem. Until people can feel that their money is safe and that they will still have a job tomorrow, they are not likely to go out and buy anything, let alone something as expensive as an automobile.

I know that I am looking at cheap, no frills and exceptional fuel mileage or something that runs on little gasoline. The importance of investing in alternative fuels is such a high topic right now, people will migrate to these vehicles and those that produce them will profit, those that don't will sink or merge with those that do.

Thanks for the article.

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