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Happy Holidays from <i>Government Fleet</i>

December 23, 2010

TORRANCE, CA - From all of us at Government Fleet, may you enjoy a safe and happy holiday season with your loved ones. Thank you for all your support this past year and we look forward to continuing to serve the industry as the best resource for government fleet professionals.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Ed Bobit, BBM chairman and Auto Group editor and publisher, is seated in front, joined by (front row, l-r) Justina Ly, senior editor (F&I, BF, ARN); Armie Bautista, art director (AF, FF, WT, ARN, BD); Tracey Tremblay, sales & marketing coordinator; Grace L. Suizo, senior editor (AF, FF, GF, WT, BD); Lauren Fletcher, senior editor (AF, FF, GF, WT, BD); and Brian Peach, production manager; (back row, l-r) Thi Dao, assistant editor (AF, FF, GF, WT, BD); Chris Brown, executive editor (BF, ARN); Mike Antich, editor and associate publisher (AF, FF, GF, WT, BD); Eric Bearly, sales manager and GF publisher; Sherb Brown, vice president and group publisher.

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