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Betz Appointed to Lead LeasePlan USA Gov’t Fleet Services Program

April 22, 2010


ALPHARETTA, GA - LeasePlan USA recently appointed 30-year industry veteran, Matthew Betz, to the position of vice president, government fleet services.

In this new role, Betz will spearhead the company's new Government Fleet Services program, a complete fleet support service designed for government fleets and their unique needs.

Previously, Betz served as vice president of national account sales for AmeriFleet Transportation where he was responsible for the company's North America sales and marketing efforts. In his position, he oversaw the development of large fleet accounts, programs to increase value in vehicle logistics and managed the company's public relations and marketing efforts.

Betz currently serves on the boards of the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA), Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA), and the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS).

"Matt has the proven track record, industry experience and knowledge to launch this new program and make it a huge success," said Jon Toups, senior vice president, chief sales & marketing officer. "LeasePlan has the expertise to meet the needs of the government fleet sector, and now with the right leader in place, we look forward to expanding our market share in this growing section of our industry."


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