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Nominations Open for 2010 Fleet Manager of the Year

December 31, 2009

TORRANCE, CA - Automotive Fleet magazine is now accepting nominations for the 2010 Professional Fleet Manager of the Year Award. The Fleet Manager of the Year Award was created to recognize an experienced and proficient fleet manager who has demonstrated special business acumen in developing and executing key management policies in all areas.

Qualified nominees who are full-time commercial fleet managers, control a company-owned or leased fleet in excess of 100 cars and light trucks combined, and are recognized nationally among their peers for their unique abilities and accomplishments are eligible.

Please fill out this brief questionnaire to submit your nomination: http://www.automotive-fleet.com/survey/fleetmanager10

Please note, only two nominations are allowed per company. All nominations must be received no later than Friday, Jan. 15.

Christy Coyte, global fleet manager for Johnson Controls, Inc., was presented the 2009 Professional Fleet Manager of the Year award at the NAFA Institute & Expo in New Orleans in April. A six-time nominee and three-time award finalist, Coyte was recognized for her years as a leader in the fleet industry profession. She was one of three finalists selected from a slate of 11 nominees for the 2009 award.

Click here to read the June 2009 article on Coyte.

 

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