April 14, 2009

Daimler taps Manzi for sales team

Daimler Buses North America announced today the appointment of John J. Manzi as the Northeast regional sales manager for pre-owned motorcoaches.

“With his sales and management experience, John will provide us and our customers with significant value as we continue to grow our pre-owned business in the Northeast,” said Tom Chezem, vice president, motorcoach sales, for Daimler Buses North America. “John brings a high level of professionalism and customer commitment to Daimler Buses, which compliments our products and supports our customer philosophy.”

Manzi, a native of Long Island, is based in New York with coach inventory located at Daimler Buses New York Metro Service Center in Secaucus, N.J. He joins Daimler Buses with more than 20 years of sales and management experience in the bus and transportation industry.

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