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Alexandre Mailloux's work is vital for collecting and delivering vehicle test data; Alex Gates knows the auto past must be preserved; and Mary Leigh Burrowes knows what Honda customers want. They are some of the Unobvious Ones.
David Velasco is an accountant who determines the discounts customers receive; Katie Allanson wanted to be a physiotherapist but has a knack for ergonomics; and Scott Marshall is a driving instructor keeping people safe.
Michael Lewicki focuses on dealership financial consulting because of his love of cars; Ashlee Royal travels to auto shows to be sure vehicles are clean; and Mike Tedesco has a knack for improving a dealer’s CSI rating. They are some of the unobvious ones.
Subaru's Julie Lychak says if she can explain protein powder to an 18-year-old, she can sell Subaru; Nathalie Haché is "the voice" of Hyundai Canada; Mac Fuenmayor optimizes websites. They are this month's Unobvious Ones.
GM Technical Centre Director Brian Tossan says the Markham, Ont., centre is about halfway towards its goal of hiring 700 engineers. The centre develops infotainment systems, active safety systems, and AV software and controls.
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