LAS VEGAS – Susan Christophersen was a welfare mother of two in 1979 when her old Ford Maverick car broke down in a community college parking lot. Susan Christophersen with ACDelco’s Technician of Millennium competitors and her GM colleagues. She was taking general classes at Oakland Community College in Auburn Hills, MI, preparing for some sort of a career that would get her off welfare. She considered something in the medical field – until her car conked out, and she ...

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