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Art of Business: Mini of Dutchess 

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Little Car, Big Style

Since their opening in autumn 2015, Mini of Dutchess has been exceeding expectations in both sales and service; customer after customer posts five-star reviews describing the low-pressure, satisfying experience they've had. But are these adorable little cars really comfy? Manager Andy Fotos says come on in, he'll prove it. "People think they're too tall until they sit in it," he says. "Lots of tall people love Minis. A 7-foot-1-inch center for the Knicks just bought a Countryman JCW, our sports model. And they're very safe, built like a brick. What's really different about the Mini is, it's an attitude changer. If you wake up in a bad mood, driving it to work will make you happy."

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