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Distracted Driving the Focus of NAFA PSW Chapter Meeting

March 19, 2010

At the recent NAFA Pacific Southwest Chapter Meeting, AmeriFleet Transportation's Matt Betz, VP of national account sales, made a presentation on distracted driving.

TORRANCE, CA - Fifty fleet professionals were in attendance at NAFA Pacific Southwest Chapter's recent business meeting held March 16 at the Sheraton Hotel in Cerritos, Calif. According to organizers, the event was one of the more highly attended meetings since the annual Los Angeles Auto Show gathering in December 2009.

Chapter Chair Bonnie Whidden, Kawasaki, presented a financial report during the business meeting. Whidden noted she will not continue as chair for the next term, with Tim Pfrimmer (UCLA) replacing her position. The rest of the chapter officers will remain the same.

After the business meeting, AmeriFleet Transportation's Matt Betz, VP of national account sales, made a presentation on distracted driving to help fleet managers make informed decisions regarding the risky driving behavior. With more than 30 years of experience in the rental and leasing field, Betz currently serves on the boards of NAFA, AFLA (Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association), as well as NETS (The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety).

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