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August 1, 1998 | From Associated Press
As marketing vice president for Chrysler Corp., John B. Damoose was one of the auto industry's rising stars. He gave it up to help direct Pat Robertson's media conglomerate, convinced that he should promote Christianity instead of cars. "People at Chrysler thought I'd dropped off the deep end," Damoose said. "Frankly, for a while I thought so, too." Five years later, at 51, he believes the switch was part of a divine plan to prepare him for the marketing campaign of a lifetime.
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August 1, 1998 | From Associated Press
As marketing vice president for Chrysler Corp., John B. Damoose was one of the auto industry's rising stars. He gave it up to help direct Pat Robertson's media conglomerate, convinced that he should promote Christianity instead of cars. "People at Chrysler thought I'd dropped off the deep end," Damoose said. "Frankly, for a while I thought so, too." Five years later, at 51, he believes the switch was part of a divine plan to prepare him for the marketing campaign of a lifetime.
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February 26, 1991 | DONALD WOUTAT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The specter of a Japanese-built pace car at this year's Indianapolis 500 has been averted by patriots working overtime at Chrysler Corp. Chrysler's marketing experts, citing a "dramatic shift" in the nation's mood because of the Persian Gulf War, unveiled a scheme Monday to replace the foreign car with a new, 400-horsepower hunk of muscle from Detroit.
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