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GEM Announces Two New Sales Managers

July 17, 2007

FARGO, ND – Chrysler’s GEM recently hired two sales managers and promoted two others to regional sales manager roles. Al McDougall in Fargo, N.D.,and Lenny Szabo in Lake Mary, Fla., earned the two regional sales manager promotions. Both work very closely with GEM’s network of more than 150 dealerships across the United States recruiting, training, and providing support for sales opportunities.

McDougall’s region includes the Midwestern and Northeastern states, where he also works closely with GEM fleets to be used in locations such as college campuses, hospitals, and parks.

After a several years as the manager of a Dodge dealership, Szabo joined GEM in 2004. In the Southeastern states, he enjoys applying this experience and sales know-how to a line of vehicles that are “as versatile as they are fun.”

Dana Brock is settling into his new position as a district sales manager with GEM after more than 10 years of sales management experience with a Mercedes, Porsche, and Audi dealership.

And because national, state, and local governments are strong in there support of the GEM line of vehicles, Randy Fuss was brought to the GEM team as a sales manager for this special segment.

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