Mother Daughter Car Buying Concerns

Episode 133 July 26, 2020 00:29:13
Mother Daughter Car Buying Concerns
Wisco Weekly by 24Hour Journal
Mother Daughter Car Buying Concerns

Show Notes

Meet Nakea and her mother, Mrs. Tyson, as they share their concerns on buying a car.


Check out Nakea's podcast, FearlessKea on Apple Podcasts.

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