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Jim Dailey.

Name: Jim Dailey Age: 49 Title: President of Dailey's Office Furniture Co.

Does Jim Dailey still intend to be mayor of Little Rock?

You bet he does.

As vice mayor, he is well on his way to achieving that goal. Although Dailey is pushing for direct election of the city's mayor, he says his focus during the past 10 months has been the Little Rock 2000 project.

Dailey feels the Diamond Center could become a Little Rock landmark.

"We have to decide whether we are a city caught in the past or a progressive city of the future," he says.

Dailey also has been working on changing the identity of his office products business. The refurbishment of used office furniture and equipment now represents 30 percent of his business. Dailey sees tremendous potential in the "recycling" business.

Dailey is involved with the National League of Cities. He serves on the League's Community and Economic Development Committee and plans to "put his name in the hopper" for a spot on its board.

Dailey says, "The more you get involved at the national level, the more you have to bring back to your community."
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Title Annotation:Our 30 for the 90's - An Update
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Sep 16, 1991
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