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Donlen Hires VPs of Business Development in Midwest and Mid Atlantic

January 30, 2006

NORTHBROOK, IL – Donlen Corp. announced that Ted Mroz and Zac Trunzo have joined the Donlen sales team as vice presidents of Business Development. Both report directly to Tom Coffey, regional vice president of business development for Donlen.Mroz, responsible for growing Donlen’s new-customer portfolio in Illinois and Indiana, received a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Northern Illinois University, and an MBA degree in marketing from DePaul University. He worked in the overnight courier and mail industry for 11 years before beginning his career in fleet management at Ryder Transportation Services. He spent more than eight years with GE Commercial Finance Fleet Services before joining the Donlen sales team.Trunzo, who will focus on growing business in the Mid-Atlantic states, earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Towson University. and is completing his MBA degree from Loyola College, in Maryland. He has worked in the vehicle leasing industry at PHH Arval since 2002, beginning his career as an intern and progressing through several assignments, including inside sales and regional director of business development in the Chicago market.
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