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Sutton Leasing

Sutton Leasing was founded in 1989. The company leases cars, trucks, equipment, and provides fleet management services.

Year

Acquisitions/Ownership Changes

or Milestones
1989 Sutton Leasing is incorporated with Clyde J. Sutton as President and Owner.
1993 Sutton Leasing grows to be licensed in every state.
1995 C. J. Sutton joins SLI as VP of sales.
1997 Sutton announces the opening of its West Coast Division in California.
2001 Sutton opens East Coast division in Massachusetts.
2002 • Amy Sutton Blair joins Sutton as CFO.
• Sutton Establishes South East division in Florida.
2003 Sutton acquires DALCO Auto Leasing in Dayton, Ohio.
2004 Sutton fleet increases significantly with several accounts over 1,000 units.
2010 Sutton establishes two additional South East offices in Florida.

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Comments

  1. 1. James Wade [ March 06, 2016 @ 05:52AM ]

    TO Bob Brown:
    Years ago, I purchased a Lincoln Towncar that had just came off a one years lease to a distribution company. I am curious in knowing if I could be made available to any Lincoln MKZs that would be coming off a lease in the next couple of months, along with the proposed asking price. Thanks!

  2. 2. Marguarette Washington [ October 07, 2016 @ 12:13PM ]

    My Company is The Harris Center for Mental Health & IDD located at 9401 Southwest Freeway, Houston, Texas 77074. We are looking for a company to manage our fleet of 82 vehicles. If you are interested please contact me. Thanks

 

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