“The 100 Best Fleets in North America” event will be held at the Roush Automotive Museum – 11851 Market Street Livonia, MI on Thursday July 31, 2014 9:00am – 3:00pm EDT. The event will feature interactive, collaborative discussions with some of the 100 Best Fleets in North America for 2014, including the #1 Best Fleet and the #1 Green Fleet.
Kelly Reagan, Fleet Manager for the City of Columbus, Ohio was named the best performing fleet in North America in 2014 by Governing Magazine. In 2007 he took Fort Wayne, Indiana to the #1 spot out of a possible 38,000 public fleets; in 2012 Columbus was named #1 Government Green Fleet and when Kelly managed for First Vehicle Services he was selected as one of the top 6 leaders in the company out of 88,000 employees. He has best practices you can use in your own operation the next day.
Jon White from CST Fleet Services in North Carolina is charged with helping the Detroit fleet operation become more efficient. Learn what Jon has done to implement these best practices. This is need-to-know information you can’t get anywhere else. Jon has also worked successfully with the city of Chicago and the state of Oklahoma.
Al Curtis, Fleet Manager, Cobb County, Georgia is one of the 100 Best Fleets and Al is considered one of the best fleet presenters in the country. He will cover 21st Century leadership, communication skills, engaging employees for maximum productivity, key performance indicators, utilization case studies, replacement funding and cutting edge technologies he uses daily.
Laura Palombi, Director of Business Development for Clean Energy Coalition has worked with fleets across the mid-west to reduce petroleum use, convert to alternative fuel vehicles and save money. Learn what you need to know to convert your fleet to alternative fuels and start saving money. Laura will also talk about the benefits of becoming a stakeholder with your local Clean Cities coalition to help move the alternative fuel industry forward.
Susan Roush-McClenaghan and her partner Donnie Bowles 4-time national drag car racing champion’s, will present their ideas on winning and remaining competitive in a public service environment. Susan will also lead us on a tour of the Roush Auto Museum, and view her 750 horsepower, propane-driven dragster.
Jim Coker, who introduced the first commercial mower 10 years ago, is now taking propane applications to a whole new level in mowing equipment, the golf/turf industry. See the latest in propane technology for the off-road applications.
Other case studies will be presented by 100 Best Fleet Managers and emerging technologies with cutting edge solutions. Solutions include creative funding, in-sourcing, making good data driven decisions, a fleet business plan, a fleet audit, how to become one of The 100 Best Fleets and any other topics you want to discuss.
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Source: Clean Energy Coalition
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