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CEI Fleet Customer Advisory Council Convenes in Philadelphia

June 14, 2002

The CEI Fleet Customer Advisory Council for 2001-02 convened in Philadelphia, PA, May 15-17, at the Sofitel Hotel. This was the first meeting of the year for the semi-annual council.During the three-day session, the Advisory Council provided guidance to CEI regarding: in-creased international opportunities, greater expansion into the public-sector market, development of benchmarking tools relevant to a broad category of clients and sectors, and a push for CEI to continue expanding its risk and safety services product offerings. Presenting to the council members on the “future of fleet management” was Bob Cavalli, executive editor for Fleet Financials magazine. The next Advisory Council meeting will be held in October 2002.CEI Fleet Customer Advisory Council Members for 2001-02 include: Bob Green, fleet administrator, Washington State PatrolCarolyn Gordon, assistant director of risk management, The Salvation ArmyCharles Woolard, fleet manager, WyethCynthia Drury, director – risk management, Charter CommunicationsDonna Fox-Rubin, claims manager, Iron MountainJoseph LaRosa, manager – fleet administration/treasury accounting, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.Marjorie Schraut, assistant fleet manager, Pfizer Inc.Shirley Collins, manager – US fleet, GlaxoSmithKlineVincent Romans, of The Romans Group — moderator
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