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Fleet Advantage Hires Business Development Exec

March 21, 2016 - Press Release


Fleet Advantage has added Trip O'Neil as senior vice president of business development to its leadership team, the fleet management company has announced.

O'Neil has specific expertise in structuring complex finance and service offerings, as well as technology-enabled solutions. He will launch an aggressive effort to expand Fleet Advantage's footprint in both the private fleet sector and newly expanded for-hire markets, as well as strengthen its business development team, according to the company.

"Trip is a valuable addition to our leadership team, and we're excited about his experience and the enthusiasm he brings to the table," said Brian Holland, president and CFO of Fleet Advantage. "His diverse background and solid understanding of Fleet Advantage's unique value proposition and the benefits that a shorter vehicle lifecycle brings to the transportation market in terms of reducing total operating costs will be a great asset to the company."

Most recently, Trip served as vice president of Western U.S. sales for Donlen Corporation. He has wide-ranging experience in building and managing national sales teams, generating revenue, and consultative sales. Additionally, he has a proven track record in the areas of new business development, strategic planning and execution, and cross-functional project management.

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