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Kimberly, Chief operating officer 

What is your biggest turnoff?

Fakeness. Men who can't be true to themselves.

What have you given up for your looks during the recession?

My relaxer. I have embraced my natural state of my hair.

What's been your best cheap date?

When I went to Villa Francesca. The food was affordable, great prices, and we were just kicking it in sweats, tennis shoes and T-shirts.

Do you think President Obama's plan to make more money available to small businesses will turn the economy around?

Absolutely, because I am going to have a great impact on the economy. My company, Y Square Management, is going to have a great impact on the economy.

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