Fisher enjoyed a 33-year career at Chrysler, culminating with his role as VP of sales, service, and parts operations. His accomplishments include the restructuring and expansion of Chrysler fleet, transitioning and introducing Sprinter as a Dodge, successfully introducing RWD sedans and two Dodge police vehicles, development of Chrysler's certified pre-owned program, establishing a small commercial fleet dealer network, forming Chrysler's first Client Advisory Board, and bringing Chrysler's current fleet leaders into fleet operations. He is also credited with being one of the drivers behind separating the annual NAFA and AFLA meetings. He later worked at Donlen Corp. He was inducted into the Automotive Fleet Hall of Fame in 2011.