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Auto Truck Group Names Director of Fleet Sales

September 26, 2016 - Press Release


Auto Truck Group, a work truck upfitter specializing in the design, manufacture, and installation of equipment, announced the appointment of Joe Foster to director of fleet sales, effective immediately.  

Foster joined Auto Truck Group in 2014 as a fleet sales manager in the Midwest region. In 2015, Foster was recognized as one of the company’s Circle of Excellence winners based on his exceptional growth of this territory.

In his new role, Foster will oversee the fleet sales managers providing leadership and direction while also maintaining responsibility for continued growth and success throughout the U.S. Prior to his career at Auto Truck Group, Foster worked for Enterprise Rent-A-Car, GE Capital Fleet Service, and Chrysler in various sales roles.  

“In the short time that Joe has been with the company his strong relationship skills and business acumen resulted in significant outcomes to better our business,” commented Corey Stanley, senior director of sales. “I am confident he will align our fleet sales managers together to expand our reach to potential customers while also understanding our existing clients’ needs.”

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