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LeasePlan Awarded I-CAR Gold Class Certification for 11th Consecutive Year

February 17, 2004

LeasePlan USA announced on Feb. 16 that its Fleet Management Services Division has again received I-CAR Gold Class Certification, making it the only fleet management company to receive the status for 11 consecutive years. "The recognition reaffirms LeasePlan's commitment to providing its clients with the highest level of quality and service," said Dan Shive, director of operations for LeasePlan USA. "Our collision repair specialists stay on top of the latest technology and advancements to ensure that our clients receive the highest quality repair and service." I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is an international, not-for-profit organization dedicated to training the collision industry. The Gold Class Certification program was created to recognize businesses committed to quality and excellence through training. Gold Class Professional status is the highest recognition for training a business in the collision industry can earn.
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