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Ray Fisher, Chrysler Group Vice President, Receives Expanded Responsibilities

September 8, 2004

Chrysler Group announced changes in its sales organization. Ray Fisher, formerly Chrysler Group, Vice President – Fleet and Remarketing has been appointed Chrysler Group, Vice President – Sales and Service & Parts Operations, effective September 1.In his new position, Fisher will continue to be responsible for Fleet and Remarketing operations, but will also assume increased responsibility for vehicle incentive programs, retail sales promotions, wholesale pricing and field service and parts operations for Chrysler Group U.S. sales organization.“Bringing together volume, pricing and production activities, we can align the wholesale and fleet sales operations in the U.S. markets,” said Ray Fisher, Chrysler Group, Vice President – Sales and Service & Parts Operations. “This should improve our efficiencies and allow us to service our customers better.”Also within this move, W. Alvin Jackson, Senior Manager – Government & Alternative Fuel will report directly to Pat Dougherty, Director – Commercial and Government Sales.
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