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Wheels Employee Awarded Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional

December 28, 2004

DES PLAINES, IL — Wheels, Inc. announced that Virginia "Ginny" Dolesy has been awarded the insurance designation Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional (CSRP) by the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP).NASP is a non-profit association with a mission to enhance the stature and effectiveness of subrogation and recovery professionals through education, training, and the exchange of information. The CSRP designation is conferred by NASP on persons who fulfill the experience and ethics requirements and successfully pass the examination. The designation was formally conferred at a ceremony in Atlanta, Ga., earlier this month in conjunction with the NASP Conference.Dolesy began her Wheels career in 1987 in the Collision Management area where she currently serves as a senior subrogationist. Over the years she has remained part of the Collision Management team and has assisted in the implementation of increasing technological advancements in the handling of accident repairs and collections.
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