General Motors & Vice President
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John Lee Pratt, the gentleman sitting in the chair, lived in Chatham from 1931-1975. Pratt was the former vice president of General Motors and became one of the wealthiest men in America. Every morning he enjoyed walking with his beloved neighbor, St. Clair Brooks (the close up picture). Upon his death, Pratt gave Stafford County property for Pratt Park and the YMCA land to construct a facility. He gave his dear friend, St. Clair, 30 acres for his own park. Today the wooded park boasts picnic shelters, playground equipment, two baseball fields, a football field, a sand volleyball court, a horseshoe pit, basketball courts, a skate park, and a new walking area (part of the trail from Ferry Farm to Belmont). The picture of St. Clair Brooks is one that our museum site just received from his family.
We were honored to host the Vice President of Sales and Service for General Motors North America, Steve Hill, among other representatives, for our luncheon celebrating our Dealer of the Year Award for the second year in a row. Out of 4,300 GM dealers in the US, less than 100 receive this award, and David Maus Chevrolet is the first to receive it in both of its first two years operation. We're so proud of our incredible team. Thank you to all of our customers who let us earn your business!
GM - General Motors - Ken Morris has been added as Vice President, Global Product Integrity.
GM - General Motors - Niharika Ramdev will soon join the company as Vice President, Finance and Treasurer .
LIARS!! This is your time in history!! You can lie repeatedly and without concern for consequence and be President, Secretary of State, Head of a Nuclear State, President of General Motors, A homicidal maniac if you have the right credentials (athlete of color), Vice President, Senate Majority Leader, Main Stream Media Icon, Drowner of Women, Head of IRS, ad infinitum. BUT, whatever you do, do NOT have a moment in your distant past when you said "n*r." If you do, you'll never fry chicken on Cable TV again.
Proud to announce one of my heroes and mentors, Bill Brooks will be awarded the Trailblazer Award by the Republican National Committee. He is a true pioneer and deserving of this award. If you don't know him, here is his bio. William C. Brooks is Chairman and CEO of BPI Communications, LLC. He is Vice Chairman of NetLink. He is a past Chairman of the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors of the Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce, and the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Board of Directors of United American Healthcare Corporation. During Mr. Brooks’ tenure at General Motors, he served in various executive positions at the General Motors Corporate Headquarters and its field operations. Prior to retiring in 1997, he served as Vice President of Corporate Affairs, which included being Chairman of the General Motors Foundation; and Chairman of the Board and President of Motor Enterprises, Inc., a subsidiary of General Motors which .. ...
As automakers race to make cheaper electric cars with greater battery range, General Motors is working on one that can go 200 miles per charge at a cost of about $30,000, a top company executive said. Vice President of Global Product Development Doug Parks wouldn’t say when or if such a car will be built, however. Currently GM sells the $35,000 Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, which can go 38 miles on electricity before a gas-powered generator kicks in. It also offers the all-electric Chevy Spark subcompact that can go 82 miles on a charge. It starts at $26,685. Electric cars are eligible for a $7,500 federal tax credit. The 200-mile car would cost about the same as the current Volt, and it would match the range and be far cheaper than Tesla Motors’ $71,000, all-electric Model S. The Model S can go up to 265 miles on a single charge. A moderately priced electric car with a 200-mile range would make electric cars more appealing to Americans, solving the two chief complaints about such cars: Anxiety over ...
Engineers face the tasks of exploring technologies to increase energy efficiency and to effectively recover waste energy. Vice President of FEV, Inc., Joachim Wolschendorf, Nizar Trigui of Ford Motor Company, Larry Laws of General Motors Company, Rick Smith of DENSO International America, Inc., and Tim White of Chrysler Group LLC discuss the importance of energy load management at the SAE 2013 World Congress.
It was a memorable and moving evening, celebrating those who serve our country, and contributing significant funds to help the formerly homeless veterans who reside at Piquette Square. More than 700 people attended the elegant fundraising event. General Motors was the presenting sponsor and GM’s Customer Care and Aftersales’ Veterans Affinity Group organized the gala, which took place at the MGM Grand Detroit on May 10. J.R. Martinez delivered the keynote address. Martinez is an Iraq War veteran, actor, author, and Dancing with the Stars 2011 champion. Last fall, J.R. published his autobiography called Full of Heart: My Story of Survival, Strength, and Spirit. The book details his remarkable life and perseverance. In 2003, J.R. sustained life-threatening injuries when his Army vehicle struck an explosive device in Iraq. The fundraising gala would not have been possible without the leadership of Steve Hill, Vice President of Customer Care and Aftersales (CCA) for GM North America. At the event, Hill sp ...
ARTICLE OF IMPEACHMENT OF President Barack Hussein Obama That Barack Hussein Obama, President of the United States, is impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors, and that the following article of impeachment to be exhibited to the Senate: The Articles of Impeachment, voted on and passed by the House of Representatives, in the name of the People of the United States of America, against President Barack Hussein Obama, supports an impeachment of him for crimes and misdemeanors in his continued violations of the US Constitution, namely Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11. THE IMPEACHMENT POWER: Article II, Section IV of the United States Constitution provides: “The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” RESOLVED: In his conduct during the General Motors (GM) bailout, Barack Hussein Obama did violate U.S. bankruptcy laws by voiding the contract and claim ...
On October 19, 1982, the automaker John Z. DeLorean is arrested and charged with conspiracy to obtain and distribute 55 pounds of cocaine. DeLorean was acquitted of the drug charges in August 1984, but his legal woes were only beginning. He soon went on trial for fraud and over the next two decades was forced to pay millions of dollars to creditors and lawyers. Nevertheless, DeLorean occupies an important place in automotive history: Thanks to its starring role in the 1985 film "Back to the Future," his gull-wing sports car is one of the most famous cars in the world. DeLorean grew up in Detroit and began to work for Chrysler while he was still in college. His career was a promising one: He worked his way up the corporate ladder at General Motors, where he is credited with designing the GTO and the Firebird, and became a vice-president in 1972, but he left the company just a year later to pursue his own business interests. In 1978, he started the DeLorean Motor Company in Northern Ireland—the British go ...
General Motors To Open IT Center In Warren, Michigan. The Detroit Free Press (10/9, Bomey) reported, "General Motors plans to add 1,500 software and data management jobs at its Tech Center in Warren as part of its ongoing effort to in-source 90% of its IT work." On Monday GM "confirmed that it would open an Information Technology Innovation Center in Warren, where workers will seek to streamline the automaker's numerous software applications and data management systems." The Detroit News (10/9, Burden) reports, "Thirty percent or more of those 1,500 hires could be recent college graduates, as GM plans a large recruiting initiative with southeastern Michigan colleges and universities," Randy Mott, GM's vice president of information technology and chief information officer said. "GM is in the midst of a major overhaul of its information technology organization that includes hiring fewer than 10,000 workers as it in-sources the majority of its information technology work. Bringing more information technology ...
"You want to summarize the mandate of president Obama? Really simple! Osama Bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive..." -=- Joseph Biden, Vice-President of the United States
Vice President “Osama Bin Laden is dead, and General Motors is alive.”
Harley J. Earl (November 22, 1893 – April 10, 1969) was the initial designated head of Design at General Motors, later becoming Vice President, the first top executive ever appointed in Design of a major corporation in American History. He was an industrial designer and a pioneer of modern transport...
Statement of the day.what a joke."The Obama administration is doing everything it can to help thousands of Delphi workers who lost their pension and health care benefits as part of the restructuring of General Motors", according to Vice President Joe Biden. ~ Referring to Delphi retirees, Biden said "Some of them got hurt, but the vast majority, because of the federal pension board they have out there to make up differences when companies go under like this, most did fine. But some got really hurt and we're doing everything in our power to provide alternatives to them to be able to make up for the spot they've been in."
Joe Biden, our Vice President is so proud of General Motors still being in business - but they still owe the...
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