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LaRosa Promoted to Head Worldwide Fleet Administration at Bristol-Myers Squibb

September 3, 2003

Joe LaRosa has been promoted to associate director, worldwide fleet administration for Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) in Princeton, NJ. LaRosa is now responsible for the BMS fleet on a worldwide basis, which includes 13,000 vehicles. In addition, La Rosa hired Philippe Darson (who was already employed by BMS) as the associate director of travel for Europe, Middle East, and South Africa. Also, LaRosa hired Wendy Dymkowski (also an internal hire) to be the domestic associate manager of fleet. Both Darson and Dymkowski report to LaRosa.
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