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Antich, Mike

Mike Antich is executive editor and associate publisher for Automotive Fleet Magazine. In addition, Mike is also the editor for several other fleet-related magazines produced by Bobit Business Media, including Fleet Financials and Work Truck.

Mike is also the U.S. editor for Fleet Europe, a pan-European fleet management magazine headquartered in Brussels, Belgium.

Mike has been heavily involved in the fleet industry for more than 25 years, writing and editing more than 5,000 articles on fleet management, in addition to his active membership in a number of industry associations, including the Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA), NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA), and the International Automotive Remarketers Alliance (IARA).

Antich is a past AFLA president, a 15-year member of the NAFA Foundation Board of Directors, long-time member of the NAFA Affiliates Committee, and was a member of the committee that helped create the Affiliates position on the NAFA Board of Trustees. He was chairman of the IARA industry task force that developed the first-ever Certified Automotive Remarketers (CAR) program and has served 10 years on the IARA Board of Directors, in addition to being an officer and secretary.

Mike writes a regular blog called Market Trends.

Antich was inducted into the Fleet Hall of Fame in 2010.

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