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SQL Server select build string instead of list

Using this code
SELECT C.[Client Name] + '<br />' Client
FROM dbo.ClientVisitTracking cvt
JOIN Client C
	ON	cvt.[Client ID] = C.[Client ID]
WHERE CVT.[Account Executive] = 'jfay'

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I get this list

Client
St. Joseph Medical Center - Chicago<br />
St. Joseph Medical Center - Houston<br />

I would like to get this

Client
St. Joseph Medical Center - Chicago<br />St. Joseph Medical Center - Houston<br />
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lrbrister
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lrbrister
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ralmadaCommented:
declare @str varchar(max)


SELECT @str = coalesce(@str, '') + C.[Client Name] + '<br />'
FROM dbo.ClientVisitTracking cvt
JOIN Client C
      ON      cvt.[Client ID] = C.[Client ID]
WHERE CVT.[Account Executive] = 'jfay'

print @str
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lrbristerAuthor Commented:
Perfect. Thanks
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
this is known as "group_concat", though not a really build-in function like in MySQL.

see a CLR implementation:
http://groupconcat.codeplex.com/
see sql codes alternatives:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/451415/simulating-group-concat-mysql-function-in-microsoft-sql-server-2005
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