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Robert Dresner Joins Mercedes-Benz USA as New Northeast Account Manager

April 9, 2012

Robert Dresner, Mercedes-Benz's National Account Manager for the Northeast region.
Robert Dresner, Mercedes-Benz's National Account Manager for the Northeast region.

Mercedes-Benz USA’s fleet sales division announced the appointment of Robert Dresner to the position of National Account Manager responsible for the Northeast sales region for the company. Dresner is responsible for fleet sales in the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York State and Pennsylvania.

Prior to joining Mercedes-Benz USA, Dresner has more than 20 years of progressively responsible automotive management experience in sales, third-party/client servicing, operations, fleet and new business development. During his tenure in the industry, Dresner has served in a variety of management roles in national and local rental companies and sales responsibilities involving government, rental and commercial fleets.

“Mercedes-Benz continues to pioneer an array of engineering, comfort, performance, and safety features in its vehicles that remain at the forefront of the automotive industry," MBUSA commented. "Whether you are a member of our rapidly growing list of fleet clients, or entirely new to Mercedes-Benz, you will find that the MBUSA Fleet Program offers value and affordability.”

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