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Daimler taps Martin for sales team

Posted on February 20, 2009

 Daimler Buses North America announced the hiring of Greg Martin as national accounts sales manager, western region, for Sprinter shuttle buses.

“We are pleased to have Greg join our sales team, representing the Sprinter on the West Coast,” said Kevin Dawson, Sprinter product manager for Daimler Buses North America. “Greg brings a wealth of experience to this position, and we’re looking forward to growing our business in the West.”

 

Mr. Martin joins Daimler Buses North America with more than 19 years of fleet and commercial vehicle sales experience. Over his career, he has had a strong track record in inside/outside sales, new business development, training, and commercial and municipal finance.

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