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Dejana Names Business Development Manager

January 25, 2017 - Press Release

Dejana Truck & Utility Equipment Company, LLC, announced the addition of Elizabeth Peck to its National Fleet Sales Team.

Peck will serve as Business Development Manager and primarily concentrate on the Midwest territory out of Adrian, Mich. Peck has spent more than 25 years in the truck equipment industry and brings a broad range of OEM and product experience to the company. In addition, her focus on process improvements and customer service makes her a perfect fit for the Dejana Team, according to the company.   

“Elizabeth has a wonderful, trusting relationship with many fleet and leasing companies in the territory. We are excited about the level of depth she brings to the company, and to have her join the Dejana Team,” said Jonathan Culp, director of fleet & leasing sales for Dejana.

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Peck began her career with Adrian Steel where she spent 23 years in a variety of positions. Starting with ship-thru sales and then fleet and leasing sales, she then became sales development manager for the company until 2012. Prior to accepting the position at Dejana, she held a position with Truck Accessories Group in Elkhart, Ind., as the company’s fleet & commercial sales manager.

Peck has a B.A. in Business Management from Sienna Height University and is an active member of the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA), and the Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA).

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