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January 28, 2010

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Dave

A truly incredible opportunity. How rare is it to have direct rail, barge and highway access and such impressive infrastructure. Ford invested hundreds of millions there over the past decade, as this plant was A#1 in quality and built the majority of the F150 series pick-ups. Good luck to Mr. Jacoby.

Birkel Life Insurance

It would be great to see some alternative energy projects in Norfolk, they're not going up nearly fast enough to meet consumer demand.

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