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Enterprise Names New Remarketing Management

June 05, 2003

Greg Dart and Kurt Kohler have been promoted to vice president of remarketing for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Dart and Kohler were previously assistant vice presidents of remarketing.Dart will be responsible for both Enterprise and its fleet services’ operational remarketing functions in the US and Canada, while Kohler will be responsible for predicting market trends, vehicle residuals, and developing measurable remarketing tools.Both began their career with Enterprise working in the company’s field operations. Dart began working at the company’s corporate headquarters in St. Louis in 1993 where he focused on both retail and remarketing operations. He was promoted to assistant vice president of remarketing in 1997. Kohler served as group remarketing manager in Tampa, FL, and Washington, DC, before being promoted to business development manager at the corporate headquarters in 1997. He was named assistant vice president of remarketing in 2000.
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