Marc Goldleaf
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About Me:
Marc Goldleaf is an internet professional specializing in emerging technologies that facilitate user interaction with content, brands, and other users. Marc has expertise in front-end design, database integration, application development, and social networking solutions - and has developed marketing solutions for household brands worldwide.

Marc is the Executive Producer at Second Thought and currently manages product development from ideation to launch. He eats marketing communication, usability standards, information architecture, and performance optimization for breakfast - with coffee (black). He's also a bit of a car nut.
What car(s) do you own?
1970 Lotus Europa S2 Gordini
1970 BMW 2002
1972 Porsche 911
1984 BMW 533i
1987 Alfa Romeo Milano
1987 BMW 325is
2001 BMW 325i
What clubs do you belong to?
Lotus Limited
Lotus of the Hudson Valley
What would you like to do (e.g. go to race school; get into Vintage Racing)?
Find more competitive outlets for my Lotus Europa
27 West 24th Street, Suite 1101

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At 12:20pm on May 23, 2009, Stephen Page said…
Hi Marc
How could you help this site grow?
Warmest regards - Stephen Page
At 12:19pm on May 23, 2009, Stephen Page said…
Hi Marc
Great to have you on board !
Welcome to MyVRL.
Please personalize the appearance of your Home Page, join the BMW, Alfa Romeo, Porsche and your other favorite car Groups, post photos (and race videos if you have them) and invite your friends to join.
All the best - Stephen Page
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