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Ford Fleet Advisory Board Holds Winter Meeting

April 5, 2005

PHOENIX – Members of Ford Motor Company’s Fleet Advisory Board gathered in Phoenix for their winter meeting. Among the meeting’s events was a comparison ride-and-drive with the 2006 Fusion and the Taurus. Ford Motor Company’s Fleet Advisory Board held its winter meeting in Phoenix. Attendees included (l-r) Ed Bobit, CEO, Bobit Business Media; Josie Sharp, director, Bureau of Vehicle Management, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Troy Highland, corporate transportation director, Anderson Services, LLC; Rita Knoll, corporate fleet & safety manager, Andersen Corp.; and Hal Feder, executive director, Ford North American Fleet, Lease & Remarketing Operations. Also participating in the Ford Fleet Advisory Board meeting were (l-r) Travis King, manager, procurement & fleet administration, Shelter Insurance; Kate Nyland, senior manager, corporate services & facilities, Clorox; Bob Sedita, Commander , Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department; Kathy Schulz, fleet manager, The Progressive Corp.; Brenda Davis, fleet manager, Baker Hughes, Inc.; Randy Jackson, purchasing manager, Southwest Gas Corp., and Sheryl Grossman, fleet manager, G.E. Healthcare Technologies. Among the attendees at Ford’s Fleet Advisory Board meeting were (l-r) Jim McCarthy, director, vehicle management services, Siemens Shared Services; Dennis Baranik, marketing & sales strategy manager, Ford North American Fleet, Lease & Remarketing Operations; and J.J. Keig, fleet administrator, Rentway.
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