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Introducing a unique edition of the Grand Classic Sports Watch and Chronograph in a tough and durable black finish, with dials inspired by vintage 1930's Tutima sports watches from Glashiitte. A sophisticated high density hardening process for the stainless steel case renders the metal highly scratch resistant, resulting in a watch that will virtually last for eternity. Both case and stainless steel bracelet are covered in a matte black PVD coating, creating an even more durable surface - a watch that you will be remembered for.

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German Tradiiion Since 1927

Barrington Jewels - Indianapolis, IN (317) 598-1600 Morgans - Torrance, CA (310) 375-4471

Geiss & Sons - Greenville, SC (864) 297-6458 Ravitz Watches & Jewelry - San Francisco, CA (415) 392-1947

Martin Pulli - Philadelphia, PA (215) 508-4610 Right Time Int'l Watch Center - Denver. CO (888) 846-3388

Michael Anthony Jewellers - Edmonton, AB (780) 479-2740 The Clock Shop - Rapid City, SD (605) 355-0505

Modern Time - Houston, TX (713) 963-8463 Warwick Jewelers - Exton, PA (610) 594-2441

For more information please contact your local authorized Tutima dealer, or Tutima USA, Inc., T: 888-462-7888, [email protected]

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

TWELVE MONTHS AGO, THIS MAGAZINE IDENTIFIED THE TEN MEN CHARGED WITH STEERING A NEW COURSE FOR THE DOMESTIC AUTO INDUSTRY. FOR A MAJORITY OF THOSE EXECUTIVES, HOWEVER, THE COURSE THAT CHANGED INSTEAD WAS THAT OF THEIR CAREERS.

In August 2009, when Nesbitt was plucked from design to be the general manager of Cadillac, it was seen as indicative of the ascension of design in importance at GM. Seven months later. Nesbitt was sent back to design as executive director of the Advanced Concept Group. The top job at Cadillac was split between Kurt McNeil, head of sales and service, and Don Butler, head of marketing.

BRENT DEWAR '-

Dewarwas named head of Chevrolet in July 2009. That fall, he was passed over for a promotion (given instead to Buick-GMC head Susan Docherty) to lead U.S. sales for GM. He announced his departure in December. James Campbell now leads Chevrolet marketing, and Alan Bates is head of sales and service.

Stephens is the only one of the five GM executives profiled who has retained his job. The vice chairman of product development has recently been talking up the company's new strategy of getting away from a strict five- to seven-year cycle of product replacement in favor of more frequent and extensive changes and improvement during what may be longer product life cycles

ALAN MULALLY '-

If there's one sure thing in Detroit, it is this: Alan Mulally is in no danger of losing his job. Honored as Automotive News's Industry Leader of the Year, not to mention Automobile Magazine's Man of the Year, Mulally has turned Ford around, and the company continues to build momentum. This past year has seen Ford gain market share, return to profitability, and pay down debt (although there's still a ways to go on that front). The only cloud is the decision to drop Mercury, although that may free up resources to concentrate on Lincoln.

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