What Is the 100 Best Fleets
The program recognizes and
rewards peak performing fleet operations in North
America. Currently in its sixteenth year, 100 Best Fleets
identifies and encourages ever-increasing levels of
performance improvement within the fleet industry.
100 Best Fleets is sponsored by
Tom C. Johnson, consultant and author, announced at the
NAFA Institute and Expo and published in
American City & County Magazine.
Identify outstanding operations for others to
Promote pride in the industry.
Provide recognition via press releases, awards
and recognition within the larger organization and
community that the winning fleets serve.
Provide recognition within the national fleet
Promote ever-increasing levels of productivity
and operational effectiveness.
Encourage more individuals to consider fleet
operations as a career choice.
Completion of the application process
Series of ten seminars offered in major cities
over a 10-month period. Seminar attendance is not
required for consideration; however, each seminar
will provide helpful suggestions for completing the
application process and highlight the excellent
practices currently used at successful fleet
operations across the country. Former program
winners will also share how their operations
qualified for consideration and discuss their
experiences with the process.
Prestigious award designating their
All winners will have press releases sent to
their local newspapers (and any agency or
organization publication so designated) that
describe the award criteria and highlight the
organization’s qualification for and winning of
their designation as one of the 100 Best Fleets in
Letter sent to the Mayor, County Administrator
or other senior officials/officers of each winning
organization outlining the program and the selection
of their fleet as a winner.
How to Apply
Unsolicited Testimonial on the Program
I have been out of fleet for a couple of years now
but still try and stay in touch with the industry. I
just wanted to take a moment to say I saw the top 100
fleets article in a magazine and must say
you have done great things with this program! I believe
this program is such a source of pride and gives the
industry a profound sense of accomplishment. I think you
are a credit to the industry and -- from humble
beginnings -- you have taken this program to a whole new
level. I applaud your work and it almost makes me wish I
was back in fleet management again. Way to go!
David Carr; Assistant
Director University of Washington Commuter Services;
Sponsors of the 2015 100 Best
Fleets in North America contest: