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Mike Albert Vehicle Fleet Management Names New Cincinnati Sales Director

December 29, 2009 - Press Release

CINCINNATI - Mike Albert Vehicle Fleet Management has promoted Chris Knosp to sales director for the Greater Cincinnati area. 

Knosp (shown right) joined Mike Albert in 1995 and has held positions in retail operations, consumer leasing, and national accounts. He was awarded Mike Albert's New Fleet Business Customers award in 2008. 

In his new role, Knosp will oversee a team of area managers/fleet consultants throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

"Chris is extremely deserving of this promotion," said Phil Schneider, vice president of sales and marketing for Mike Albert. "We're confident he'll excel in this role and grow the markets in Cincinnati and the surrounding area, including: Dayton, Columbus, Lexington, Louisville, and Indianapolis."

As an addition to Chris' team, Jason Henning (shown left) was named as an area manager/fleet consultant in Greater Cincinnati. Henning joined the Mike Albert team in 2007 as an employee of the company's retail dealerships, the Superior Automotive Group. He will be responsible for growing and maintaining sales in the tri-state area.

"It's an honor to represent Superior & Mike Albert," Henning said.  "I've always had a great deal of respect for this organization, its ownership, and its core philosophy of dedicated client service."


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