By Richard Lee, Mary Price Lee
Careers For. . . * number of CAREERS proven. From the most obvious to the imprecise, readers could be capable of discover careers that fit their pursuits. * occupation PROFILES. contains entire task descriptions and wage levels. * specialist INTERVIEWS. permit pupil to determine what jobs are particularly like and what it took to get them. * confirmed guidance. aid scholars comprehend what it takes to get the activity in their desires and the stairs to get there.
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A former airline passenger agent, Renault dealer, and exotic car repair shop proprietor, Brooks now leads an equally active but far different life. He is the American expert on Alvis cars and a broker and locator of these and other exotics. It has taken years of painstaking work to build his computer databases, but Brooks knows who owns the vast majority of remaining Alvis cars in the world. Alvis built only twenty thousand of these fine British cars between 1921 and 1954, but an astonishing one-half survived World War II and the rigors of the road.
He has also taken Certified Auctioneers Institute courses sponsored by the National Auctioneers Association. These college-level courses are taught at Indiana University one week a year for three years. Auctioneers must have a minimum of five years of auction experience before they can attend. Many other organizations within the profession also offer extension courses and continuing education to help advance an auctioneer’s career and knowledge in the field. M OV I N G T H E W H E E L S • 3 7 Auctioneers cultivate much of their business by making contacts and building relationships with bankers, attorneys, and people within the court system.
A U TO S H OW C A R E E R S • 5 1 Model or Product Presenter Professional models and product presenters are often hired as freelancers, or independent contractors, by auto manufacturers to participate in new-car shows. Unlike the attractive ladies of the past whose job was simply to adorn the new models, most of today’s presenters do more than the automotive equivalent of Vanna White’s letter turning. They are trained in the facts about the new car or cars they are highlighting with their good looks; then they present the high points of new models and answer the questions asked by show visitors.
Careers for car buffs & other freewheeling types by Richard Lee, Mary Price Lee