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PONTParallel Optimization of New Technologies (postgenomic technology project)
PONTPontiac
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The redevelopment of the Pontiac site will involve demolishing old and building new manufacturing unit.
Any improvements will be for the benefit of Pontiac because the property, of course, will stay in Pontiac, the property isn't moving anywhere.
The new models are named the 2010 Hurst/Pontiac HO and will be based on the Pontiac G8 and G6 convertible.
It wasn't until the late 1950s and early 1960s that Pontiac established its reputation as a performance brand.
Considered an excellent high-profile redevelopment opportunity, the Pontiac Silverdome, an 80,300-seat stadium, is prominently situated on 127+/- acres accessible by I-75 and M-59.
Pontiac will now concentrate on cars and will not replace the model with a Sports Utility Vehicle.
Fans screamed, cried and followed Winfrey out to the parking lot to see their Pontiacs, decorated with huge red bows.
The ratings for the above bonds were entered in Fitch's database under the issuers Pontiac Tax Increment Finance Authority No.
Maybe we might get lucky and the Kappa platform under the Solstice will be used to produce some unique rear-drive vehicles consistent with the Pontiac brand.
A 2002 Pontiac then stopped behind both vehicles, and the driver of a 1977 Buick passed around a 1996 Volkswagen and crashed into the Pontiac, which was knocked into the GMC, which hit the Saturn, authorities said.
Pontiac Underground, designed in partnership with interactive agency Digitas, provides enthusiasts - a community of modifiers, car-magazine subscribers, do-it-yourselfers or people who are just passionate about cars - with an aggregated view of the online conversation happening about the Pontiac brand and gives them the ability to participate in the dialogue by uploading, commenting and voting on content.
General Motors Corporation (GM) (NYSE: GM), the world's largest automaker, has announced that it will be closing its unprofitable Saturn brand and phasing out Pontiac.