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Ford’s top salesperson sells right here in metro-Detroit

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (myFOXDetroit.com) -

They call her "The Machine."

Laurie Moses works at Suburban Ford in Waterford. The owner tells us, any time a salesperson across his 30 dealerships sells at least 200 vehicles, the company celebrates. But Moses has more than doubled that number, clocking in an impressive 559 vehicles. That makes her the best Ford salesperson in the country.

When asked to reveal her secret, she wasn't sure what to say. "There isn't something that I could write down and teach you, or anyone else that's starting the business. Because it's just me. It's my personality. It's the way I think I maybe make it more fun. I really don't know, but I treat people the way I want to be treated. It's really that simple."

Her sales record is almost all referrals and repeats, no fleet sales. And her streak continues - we're told she's on track to top 600 this year.

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