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Driving Dynamics Announces Senior Staff Promotions

February 19, 2013 - Press Release

Driving Dynamics has promoted Debbie Lodge to Vice President of Client Relations and Stig Nielsen to Director of BTW Training Services.

Lodge joined the company in 2009 when it moved its headquarters from New Jersey to Delaware and has been responsible for the development of enhanced, account service processes as well as the recruitment and management of a newly formed, professional client services team. Going forward, Lodge will be taking on additional operational responsibilities and involved in strategic decision making.

Nielsen has been a member of the company’s advanced performance, behind-the-wheel instructional team for over 15 years with many of those years involved in managing training events, onsite instructors and Driving Dynamics’ fleet of high-tech, mobile classrooms situated throughout North America.

According to Art Liggio, president of Driving Dynamics, “These promotions both recognize the experience and expertise of these two individuals plus the growing service and training requirements of our expanding customer base. I feel quite fortunate to be working with Debbie and Stig as they take on new responsibilities for the benefit of our company and its valued customers.”

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