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In Profile: Denise Arceo

Denise Arceo

Service Concierge at

Pahrump Valley Auto Plaza

2160 E. Charleston Park Ave.

775-751-0300

Age: 52

First job: “I was a cashier for McDonalds.”

Years in Business: “I have been in the car business since 1987.”

Background: “I am now the service concierge at Pahrump Valley Auto Plaza and have worked mainly in sales in the car business. I worked for Ford, Dodge and GM. My first job here for Pahrump Valley Auto Plaza was working internet sales. Sales was my first job in the business in 1987. When I worked for the other companies, I also did sales work. I also have an extensive background in retail sales.”

Personal: “When I want to relax, I go tend my 52 chickens. I raise the chickens for the eggs.”

Business Climate: “I really don’t feel the competition. We are two different car manufacturers. Having two companies keeps the business in the valley.”

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