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Fleet Response Hosts Successful Advisory Board

September 18, 2007

CLEVELAND – Fleet Response’s Advisory Board met for a three-day event in August at Fleet Response headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. Advisory Board members were given the opportunity to tour Fleet Response’s new office, which provides 11,000 square feet of office space. The new site includes an onsite restaurant, several meeting rooms, and a fitness center. Board members also had the opportunity to meet with Fleet Response’s client services team, spending time with its call center, claims, subrogation, and salvage representatives to experience the processes first hand.Advisory Board attendees included Bill Sullivan, Bob Anno, and Gerald Noblin (ServiceMaster); Lynda Dinwiddie (Laboratory Corporation of America); Lee Miller (Boehringer Ingelheim); Joyce Armstrong (The Scotts Company); and Kirk Herniman (IES).Fleet Response attendees included Ron Mawaka, chairman and CEO; Myron Zadony, COO and president; Scott Mawaka, executive vice-president; Allison Lanzilotta, director of business development; Jeff Fender, national sales manager; Jeffery Bonchek, regional sales manager; Jodie Varner, manager of business development; Dave Vance, director of safety services; and Dan Santora, manager of client services.
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