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DO IT FOR A LIVING

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Jun 5, 2017

Susan is the VP of Finance for Moore Automotive. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and started her career at a CPA firm. She worked at that firm for a while and then helped several other businesses “fix” their accounting and ensure that everything was setup correctly. She now has a total of 20 years of experience in Finance and Accounting. In 2010, she met Bill who owned Moore Automotive and they got married a few years later. She officially joined the business in 2015.

Moore Automotive is an interesting business story in that it actually started by a different person and was originally a service shop. Bill bought the business in 2003 and began branching out to more performance installations. They learned to tune EFI, purchased a dyno, and started working on import performance. While they still do a lot of maintenance stuff, the performance mods are the fun part!

They are in the process of doubling their square footage with a new building which they bought. Their current space isn’t very efficient and has over 30 years of accumulated stuff cluttering up the space. The new building allows them to optimize the layout and increase the process flow throughout the shop.

Susan has taken running the shop very seriously and focuses on getting the most out of the operation. She excels at using data to predict future revenue and make changes to increase efficiency.

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