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Union Leasing Names Client Services Director

March 18, 2015


Illinois-based Union Leasing, Inc., has named Roger Setzke as its director of client services for fleet operations.

"Roger brings a high level of fleet management experience to Union Leasing that combines an extensive knowledge base of the fleet industry, along with a consultative approach for client service best practices," said Kent Boskovich, Union Leasing president. "We are happy that Roger has brought his vast experience to Union and look forward to his contributions to our clients."

Setzke brings more than 20 years of experience with ascending levels of experience in vehicle leasing and fleet management. He most recently held roles with BMW North America as midwest sales manager and key accounts manager. He was responsible for expanding new business development for multinational accounts and providing need-based selling, account analysis and client consultation in the fleet industry.

While at BMW, his portfolio of business more than doubled by focusing on total cost of ownership and the customer. Setzke also has experience managing fleet services and building customer relationships at Pep Boys and at Donlen Corp., where he spent 10 years in senior management servicing the company's most prominent, national accounts.

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