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Topic - Quicken Loans Inc.
Correctly predicting the outcome of every game in the NCAA men's basketball tournament is no layup. There's now a $1 billion prize waiting for anyone able to pull off the feat this spring.
As a mortgage banker for Quicken Loans, James Bjorlie wants his customers to know they can reach him anytime. He takes their calls at all hours — day or night. He once even took a call from a client during his brother's wedding.