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Fleet Advantage Expands Business Development Team

June 18, 2015

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Fleet Advantage, a provider of truck fleet business analytics, equipment financing, and lifecycle cost management, has expanded its sales team with the addition of Jeff Mills, a 23-year veteran in the transportation and equipment finance industry.

Prior to joining Fleet Advantage, Mills was a national account manager with PACCAR Financial Corporation. As an expert in finance leasing, Jeff earned his PIML (PACCAR Institute for Management Leadership) Certificate in 2014, according to Fleet Advantage.

“Jeff’s extensive industry knowledge and experience on both the equipment and finance sides of the equation make him a uniquely qualified addition to our established team of consultative professionals.” said Brian Holland, president and CFO of Fleet Advantage. “With his comprehensive understanding of our overall value proposition within the marketplace, Jeff can offer insights that will help our prospects and clients make the best decision to meet their operational and financial requirements.”

Mills began his career in 1992 in the management training program with The Associates, where he held multiple positions of increasing responsibility in areas of administration, credit, collections, and district and regional sales manager of Transportation Finance. During his tenure in finance, Jeff received the Rookie of the Year commendation and continued to lead the division in the Top Achiever program, according to Fleet Advantage.

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