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Topic - Paul Tibolla
Their ranks have thinned over the past three years, but a renewed sense of optimism has appeared in the showrooms of the nation's battered car dealers.
"The weather contributed to a certain extent," he said.
"Business is good," said Paul Tibolla, general manager of Darcars Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Marlow Heights, citing a 10 percent sales growth spurt last month.