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Former Sears Fleet Manager Comes Out of Retirement

September 3, 2003

Bill Jones, former vehicle buyer at Sears, Roebuck and Co., has come out of retirement and accepted a position in the marketing and sales department with Ready Metal Manufacturing Co. in Chicago. The company is a well-known store fixture and steel fabricator that also works in wire and wood. Ready Metal has designed and produced custom wire and metal interiors for a select number of fleets for more than 30 years. Jones will develop a line of commercial vehicle interiors in both wire and metal. Jones can be reached at (800) 638-7334 ext. 267 or by e-mail at [email protected]
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