ISELIN, NJ – The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA) honored Ray Breault for 45 years of exemplary leadership and service to NAFA and the fleet industry. In 1959, Breault began his career as the fleet manager for Hoffmann La Roche in Nutley, NJ. During his 18 years in this position, he experienced an increase from 180 to 2,700 vehicles. It was also during this time that Breault first joined NAFA. In 1965, he became the chairperson for the New York NAFA Chapter and in 1977 became president of NAFA. The same year Breault received this top honor, he was named corporate fleet manager for Revlon, Inc., and for the next 12 years he was responsible for Revlon’s domestic fleet program. In 1991, Breault joined Rental Concepts as the Northeast regional sales manager. He officially retired in 1996 but three months later decided to return to Fleet Response part-time as a regional service representative. In 2004, Breault received the NAFA Outstanding Chapter Service Award for his 45 years of dedication to the fleet industry. Throughout his more than 45 years as a NAFA member, Breault has held many national positions and served on all local chapter level positions for five eastern region chapters including Inter-County, New Jersey, New York, New England, and Philadelphia. Today, Breault is a Board Member for the New Jersey and Inter-County chapters.

Originally posted on Fleet Financials