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Cole Ford Lincoln LLC - Coldwater, MI
A positive and professional team environment Responsibilities - Detailer: Wash, wax, buff and detail the interior and exterior of our vehicles Perform other duties as assigned Qualifications - Detailer...
9 days ago
Cole Ford Lincoln - Coldwater, MI
- Lot Porter / Detailer: Provide general lot supervision and keep vehicle parking lots neat and orderly Drive vehicles to and from service lane, service stalls, and parking lot as needed Wash/Wax/Buff...
10 days ago
Enterprise - Sturgis, MI (20 miles from Coldwater, MI)
Overview Enterprise Rent-A-Car is the largest and fastest growing privately owned automotive rental and leasing company in the U.S. With over 10,000 branch offices worldwide. Enterprise Ranks #1...
17 days ago

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