ARBOC names new VP, sales and marketing

Posted on July 23, 2015

ARBOC Specialty Vehicles announces the appointment of William F. Fay Jr. to the position VP, sales and marketing.

“Bill has many years of experience in the transit industry and will be a key addition to our already strong management team” said ARBOC President/CEO Don Roberts. “With his understanding of the transit industry, paired with his existing relationships with transit agencies, supply chain and trade organizations I have no doubt Bill will be a strong contributor to ARBOC’s ongoing growth and success.”

In his new position, Fay will oversee all of the sales and marketing activities including developing, implementing and executing go-to-market strategies for new and existing ARBOC products.

Prior to joining ARBOC, Fay spent seven years with DRI Corp. in many leadership roles including chief operating officer where he was responsible for managing all aspects of their N.C.-based companies as well as developing and implementing strategic business plans which led to improved operational efficiencies.

Most recently he served as GM/VP, marketing, for the Transit Marketing Group, representing some of the transit industry’s leading manufacturers.

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