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CHARLES H. BROMS APPOINTED MANAGER OF ARCO'S STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

 CHARLES H. BROMS APPOINTED MANAGER
 OF ARCO'S STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT RELATIONS
 LOS ANGELES, Jan. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Charles H. Broms has been appointed manager of corporate state and local government relations for ARCO (NYSE: ARC), it was announced today by Kenneth R. Dickerson, ARCO senior vice president of government affairs.
 Broms, 49, manager of public issues in the government affairs organization for the past six years, succeeds George W. Dunn III, who is leaving to become deputy chief of staff for California Gov. Pete Wilson. Broms' appointment is effective Jan. 6.
 In his new assignment, Broms will oversee ARCO's western states lobbying activities, civic action program and political action committee, and provide assistance to ARCO management on political affairs.
 Broms is a graduate of Grove City College in Pennsylvania where he received a bachelor of arts degree in economics. He joined ARCO in 1964 in its East Coast marketing organization and held numerous assignments in marketing, allocation, price control management and government analysis before joining the government affairs staff in 1980.
 Dunn joined ARCO in 1982 and held a variety of government affairs positions before being named manager of state and local government relations. "While we will all miss George's political skills and wise counsel, it is comforting to know that California will benefit from his many talents," said Dickerson.
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