Lesson: Never Use Steel Wool to Wash a Car

By Chris Ulanowski

    My first real job, while attending college, was parking and washing luxury cars and helping upscale residents at the Park Lane condominiums in Buffalo in the late ‘70s-early ‘80s. The historic Park Lane restaurant and adjacent condos were o... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 87

Issue 87
December06/January07

Cover Story

Profiles

Alan Bargender

My First Job

Lesson: Never Use Steel Wool to Wash a Car

On The Job

"Good Idea to Downsize A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital?"

Success Stories

LeRoi: Minetto jewelry designer takes bite out of the Big Apple

My Turn

What to Expect of Journalists

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Economic Trends

Young Talent is the Future of Economic Success

Last Page

Fishing in Pulaski and What Tourism Really is to You