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Fleet Managers Head to L.A. Auto Show

November 22, 2011

Prior to lunch, representatives from most of the major automakers gave brief highlights of the vehicles on display.
Prior to lunch, representatives from most of the major automakers gave brief highlights of the vehicles on display.

LOS ANGELES - More than 60 fleet professionals gathered Nov. 21 for the annual NAFA Pacific Southwest (PSW) Chapter Los Angeles Auto Show Meeting. Attendees included local fleet managers and fleet suppliers from southern California.

The group met at Rosa Mexicano restaurant, located near the Los Angeles Convention Center, the venue of the annual show. Prior to lunch, representatives from most of the major automakers gave brief highlights of the vehicles on display. Honda started off the presentations, followed by CODA, Toyota, Ford, Mercedes, Chrysler, Volvo, Mazda, General Motors, Audi, and ending with Mitsubishi.

After the presentations, a microphone was passed around the room to introduce all attendees, who then had a chance to network with their peers during a sit-down, family-style lunch.

Registration included one ticket to the auto show, so attendees were free to go on a self-guided tour after the meeting. The event is open to the general public until Nov. 27.

Click here for additional photos taken at the NAFA PSW Chapter L.A. Auto Show Meeting

 

By Grace Suizo

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