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Top Corporate Fleet Professionals to Meet in Phoenix

August 25, 2009

PHOENIX - The Automotive Fleet and Leasing Association (AFLA) will host its 41st Annual Meeting and Conference at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa next month, Sept. 9-11. The event will feature a number of leaders in the fleet industry.

The event features industry leaders such as:

  • Nate Booth, renowned author and corporate consultant.
  • Ingram Walters, owner/operator, Griffin Quick Credit, Buy Here, Pay Here Dealerships.
  • John McElroy, host of "Autoline Daily", Autoline Detroit.

Presentations will focus on strategic-level topics related to corporate fleet management such as "Using 'Imposed' Change to Increase Your Fleet's ROI," "Proven Ways to Increase Your Management Effectiveness," and "Upcoming Tectonic Shifts in the Auto Industry - 2010 to 2015."

More than 300 fleet professionals have registered for the event. "This is promising to be one of the strongest programs that AFLA has ever offered," said AFLA Executive Director Paul Hanscom, "both in terms of the high-level content as well as industry support." Registration is available online at

The Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA) is the forum dedicated to improving communication between sellers, buyers, fleet managers, lending institutions, lessors, used vehicle marketers, and allied automotive service companies.

Click here to read why fleet professionals are calling this the must-attend conference of 2009.



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