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Fenton Chamber Mingles Among the Chevys

Chamber "Fridays in Fenton" meeting held at Jim Butler Chevrolet.

Jeannie Braun, executive director of the Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce, sits comfortably behind the wheel of a new Chevy Volt, GM's new electric vehicle, at the dealership at Gravois Bluffs, in Fenton. Jim Butler Chevrolet hosted an event called Fridays in Fenton, a chamber breakfast and networking meeting.

Thad James January 21, 2012 at 03:02 AM
Jeannie looked great. I actually fit in the Corvette very well!
Joe Merriman January 21, 2012 at 04:07 PM
To bad Jeannie didn’t stop them from tearing down the newly remodeled, modernized, State-of the Art Chrysler Fenton plants with all new equipment, with both plants billion dollar plant expansions, it’s own EPA approved coal burning power plant, it’s own water treatment plant, it’s own water tower supply, it’s own billion dollar chiller building to keep both plants assembly area at ambient temperature of 72 degrees in the hottest St. Louis summers just because we were having the worse down turn in the American auto history. The question remains why did they have to tear them down before they even had the impact study showing the $15 billion revenue loss and impacting 43,000 tax paying St. Louis jobs. Who was responsible for tearing it down so quickly now that Chrysler could make use of it again and also the English all electric van company Emerald could have jumped in them this year instead of 3 years from now? Just what were those people thinking when they torn them down for scrap when they could have put 43,000 St. Louis tax payers back to work by now. She could be sitting in one of the new all electric Emerald Vans.
Joe Merriman January 21, 2012 at 05:38 PM
Truck Trend announced the new Dodge delivery van going to produce in Saltillo Mexico because Fenton tore down the Van plant in Fenton which impacted 43,000 St. Louis tax paying jobs that could have been brought back to work had Fenton not tore down the Chrysler minivan plant. Marchionne was on hand at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show where he said his company would expand its plant in Saltillo, Mexico to build the Ram-branded Ducato in time for a 2013 sale date. No other details have been provided, but we expect the Ducato to be offered in a number of configurations. The automaker will likely make minor cosmetic changes to give the Ram are more distinctive look for the North American market Read more: http://www.trucktrend.com/features/news/2012/163_1201_newest_ram_will_be_a_fiat_ducato_based_commercial_van/index.html#ixzz1k7BkYmov
Jeannie Smith Braun January 21, 2012 at 08:31 PM
Mr. Merriman, I invite you to call the Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce Office at 636-717-0200 for an answer to all of your questions. If I cannot answer your questions I will be glad to get the answers you are requesting. Thank You! Jeannie Braun, Executive Director- Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce.
Joe Merriman January 21, 2012 at 10:37 PM
Thank you Jeannie for the response I left you a voice mail if you can return my call 618 558 5132

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