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CarMax Grows in California

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CarMax Inc. is currently hiring more than 40 associates for the company's third store in the Bay Area of California. The store, scheduled to open in November, will be located at 2783 Corby Ave., Santa Rosa, and will stock more than 300 used vehicles.The Santa Rosa launch continues CarMax's expansion into the Bay Area and a third store, in Fremont, is also scheduled to open in November. CarMax opened its first store in the Bay Area in Pleasanton on May 18. With the opening of these three stores, CarMax is adding more than 200 jobs to the Bay Area this year.
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