Dealers in Florida remain optimistic and resilient despite having businesses damaged, showrooms shut down and a dearth of customers following the effects of three hurricanes in six weeks. Hurricane Ivan, the latest and most powerful storm, while not directly hitting Florida earlier this week, did spawn several tornadoes along the western part of the state and kept showrooms closed as residents prepared for the worst. Thomas Dart, president of the Automobile Dealers Assn. of Alabama, ...
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