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LeasePlan USA Grows its Client Relations Group

August 24, 2007

ALPHARETTA, GA – LeasePlan USA, a leader in vehicle leasing and fleet management solutions, has appointed Tom Jacob to strategic account vice president, client relations.

Jacob’s position, an addition to the existing client relations group, was created in response to LeasePlans growing client base.

The client relations group consults with clients to offer solutions to better manage their fleets, while helping them achieve their company’s overall business goals. In the strategic accounts vice-president role, Jacob will be responsible for maintaining and expanding LeasePlan’s portfolio, reporting directly to Bryan Steele, national vice president, client relations.

Jacob comes to LeasePlan with 27 years of industry experience with a concentration on relationships. Previous industry experience includes serving as an account manager for CitiCapital, where he was responsible for client retention and growth. His experience also includes various sales and client relations positions within the fleet industry and at different dealerships and manufacturers.

LeasePlan USA, a subsidiary of LeasePlan Corp. N.V., is a global leader in vehicle leasing and fleet management solutions. The company manages more than 1.26 million vehicles worldwide.

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