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Mike Albert Fleet Solutions

Mike Albert Fleet Solutions provides fleet management programs and consultation that help turn a fleet of vehicles into a strategy that can support company goals.

Mike Albert offers open- and closed-end leases, purchase-leaseback options, and a comprehensive list of fleet management services all tailored to help businesses maximize cash flow, lower total cost of ownership, increase productivity, and build brand awareness.

In 1928, Mike Albert opened the doors of a used car dealership in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1957, the company entered the fleet leasing business as a way to generate a steady supply of quality used vehicles for the dealership. The fleet side of the business grew, with fleet leasing and management eventually becoming the company’s primary focus.

The company restructured and rebranded itself in April of 2011, changing its name from Mike Albert Vehicle Fleet Management to Mike Albert Fleet Solutions.

Robert Betagole, Mike Albert Fleet Solutions Chief Executive Officer, acquired the business from his uncles, Mike Albert and Ray Nathan, in the 1970s, and the Betagole family continues to operate and manage the business today. Robert's daughter, Marty Betagole, serves as the company’s current president, while Robert's sons, John and Richard Betagole, serve as vice presidents.

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