NASHVILLE – Ed Peper, elevated to the top job at Chevrolet in March, is getting accustomed to his new role as the division completes a full-scale revamp of its product portfolio with the introduction of the ’06 Impala. “Chevrolet is an enormous enterprise,” says Peper, whose previous position as general sales manager for General Motors Corp.’s Northeast region had him overseeing 1,500 dealers for all the GM brands. Peper took over the general manager position at Chevrolet from Brent Dewar, ...
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