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Carvana Debuts in Hometown

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Carvana Co. is finally opening a location in its hometown.Since its founding in Phoenix less than five years ago, Carvana has launched a local presence in 32 markets.The online-focused retailer opened its Phoenix operation Aug. 2.
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