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Stan Chason

In 1972, Automotive Fleet interviewed the group of young veterans who headed up senior management at Gelco Corp. Their goals, they said, were to concentrate on client services to match the corporate fleet needs with the objective of dynamic group. Read our full story on Gelco from 1972 here.

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[1982] Photos from the AALA Convention in Miami

AALA members enjoyed a warm Florida convention in 1982. During the convention, an informal survey of the leaders was conducted to determine the value of specific automobiles in the 24-36 months from January 1982. The top cars thought to be most valuable by the group were A-car, F-car, Oldsmobile, K-car, Mercedes 300SD, Honda, and Toyota Celica.

The 30 Most Important People in the Fleet Industry

To celebrate Automotive Fleet's 30th anniversary, Bobit Publishing would like to honor the top 30 individuals, both past and present, who have made significant contributions to the automotive fleet industry.

Leasing: Future Growth Projections

It’s a mature market characterized by canny lessees, innovative financing, new emphasis on vehicle services, and heightened competition for regional primacy. And it could all change – overnight. That’s the consensus of experts Automotive Fleet asked to forecast the future of U.S. commercial vehicle leasing.

Leasing: Controversy Over Bank Penetration

A war in which one side has The Bomb … and the other has a couple of slingshots. That’s how some industry members view bank entry into the vehicle leasing market, where an ample source of funds can mean low rates.

Stan Chason Looks Back at a 35-Year Career

Had someone told me, when I graduated from new York University in '49 as a pre-med student, that I would spend 35 years in both the retail automobile business and the leasing business, I would have told him he was crazy.

GM Ads Feature Top Fleet Executive

Millions of Americans got to meet executives of some of the nation's largest leasing and rental firms, thanks to network television commercials featuring these industry leaders.

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