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Suite Escape: What was your first car?

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Our March panel of Cory Booker, Kathleen Davis, Robert Podvey and Philip Salerno, III provides answers

Cory
Booker

Mayor
City of Newark

A Hot Wheels Trans Am I got at age 6. Still the nicest car I’ve ever owned.

Kathleen
Davis

Executive vice president and chief operating officer
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey

1972 VW bug.

Robert
Podvey

President
Podvey Meanor P.C.

It was a 1957 Chevy convertible. I should have held on to it. They don’t make ’em like that anymore.

Philip
Salerno III

President and chief development officer
Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation

1968 Ford Fairlane I bought from a banker who won a car in a church raffle. I paid for it with my paper route money.

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Suite Escape: What was your first car?

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Our March panel of Cory Booker, Kathleen Davis, Robert Podvey and Philip Salerno, III provides answers

Cory
Booker

Mayor
City of Newark

A Hot Wheels Trans Am I got at age 6. Still the nicest car I’ve ever owned.

Kathleen
Davis

Executive vice president and chief operating officer
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey

1972 VW bug.

Robert
Podvey

President
Podvey Meanor P.C.

It was a 1957 Chevy convertible. I should have held on to it. They don’t make ’em like that anymore.

Philip
Salerno III

President and chief development officer
Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation

1968 Ford Fairlane I bought from a banker who won a car in a church raffle. I paid for it with my paper route money.

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