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Mike Albert Vehicle Fleet Management Restructures for Growth

October 19, 2010 - Press Release

CINCINNATI - Mike Albert Vehicle Fleet Management, a national leader in the fleet management industry, has realigned its organizational structure to support current and future growth.

Chuck Ruzicka, Mike Albert's current Chief Information Officer, has been named Vice President of Operations. The position will oversee all of Mike Albert's operational departments and be responsible for increasing efficiency, as well as ensuring the company's capacity for additional expansion. Ruzicka will continue to serve as CIO.

Additionally, Sheri Hardesty has been named Vice President of Business Intelligence & Quality Assurance. The position will be responsible for identifying process enhancements, driving productivity, and sustaining Mike Albert's commitment to a high level of service throughout the company's growth.

Phillip Schneider, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, will assume responsibility for Mike Albert's Customer Service operation, in addition to his current responsibilities.

"One of the challenges facing any growing company is to ensure it has the right people in place to sustain that growth," said Marty Betagole, President of Mike Albert. "This restructuring will put us in a position to continue our expansion and service our clients at a world-class level."

 About Mike Albert Vehicle Fleet Management

Cincinnati-based Mike Albert Vehicle Fleet Management offers fleet optimization solutions that help its clients lower total cost of ownership, increase productivity, build brand awareness, and improve cash flow. Mike Albert is recognized as one of the top 10 fleet management companies in the United States and is currently the nation's number one privately held closed-end lessor. Mike Albert also offers open-end leasing, purchase-leaseback options, and a comprehensive list of fleet management services, including MaxFleet Maintenance Management, AutoTag registration renewal, telematics, accident management, fuel card, remarketing, and more. For more information, please visit


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