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Auto Truck Group Appoints Four to Sales, Marketing Roles

January 14, 2016

(Clockwise from top left) Corey Stanley, Matt McGowan, Mike Peterson, and Sean Otterberg
(Clockwise from top left) Corey Stanley, Matt McGowan, Mike Peterson, and Sean Otterberg

Auto Truck Group has hired or promoted four associates to its sales and marketing departments, the work truck upfitter announced.

Corey Stanley has been promoted to the senior director of sales. He will be responsible for directing and managing the company’s relationship and retention initiatives with the fleet sales managers. He also will work closely with account management to align teams that support Auto Truck’s customer base.

Matt McGowan will take on a new position: director of marketing and sales support. He will oversee all marketing activities, bailment pools, program development, training, and the corporate CRM system.

Mike Peterson has joined Auto Truck Group as the director of account management. He will oversee the company’s account managers and will be responsible for aligning account management with fleet sales management. Peterson started his career with Enterprise Fleet Management and, for a number of years, developed the account management and services team in the Chicago area. He then came to Auto Truck to oversee the company’s parts team. He has spent the last three years as a fleet sales manager for Volkswagen.

Sean Otterberg has been promoted to a new position, director of strategic accounts and initiatives. In his new role, he will build relationships with auto manufacturers, fleets, key accounts, and oversee the growth of the company’s van initiatives.

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