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\r\n\r\nDOYLESTOWN, Penn. — As a young man, Fred Beans took a risk and bought a service station with a $5,000 loan co-signed by his mother.\r\n\r\nHis business sense and innovative marketing ideas fueled his drive to succeed. In 1972, he bought a 25% share of Bill Marsh Ford in Newtown, where his efforts helped double business in the first year. Three years later, he bought his first Ford dealership.\r\n\r\nRead full article here.\r\n\r\n 

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\r\n\r\nDOYLESTOWN, Penn. — As a young man, Fred Beans took a risk and bought a service station with a $5,000 loan co-signed by his mother.\r\n\r\nHis business sense and innovative marketing ideas fueled his drive to succeed. In 1972, he bought a 25% share of Bill Marsh Ford in Newtown,...