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October 11, 2002

Mayors Go To South Korea To Talk About Hyundai

It won't exactly be a vacation, but you can bet the mayors of Prattville, Selma, and Opelika are still excited about their trip to South Korea. Mayors Jim Byard, James Perkins, and Barbara Patton, are all making the trip Friday morning in hopes of luring Hyundai suppliers to their cities.

Montgomery Mayor Bobby Bright and Greenville Mayor Dexter Mclendon have taken similar trips.

This story was produced by Desmond Wingard.

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