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Kim Parkinson (Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff) Bank of America's Kim Parkinson used a "drive green" subsidy to buy a gas-electric Toyota Highlander.
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A little green goes a long way

May 20, 2008

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This office perk sure beats casual Fridays and free bottled water: $3,000 from Bank of America for employees buying a hybrid car. Community relations manager Kim Parkinson (left) hadn't been planning to go hybrid when the bank piloted a "drive green" subsidy in Boston, Charlotte, and Los Angeles in mid-2006. But getting $3,000 to defray the $32,000 sticker price - ... (Full article: 130 words)

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