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More than 80 fleet professionals and fleet source providers attended
the July 2010 100 Best Fleets Seminar in Santa Ana, CA.


Today’s new reality is the difficult task of Fleet managers is becoming more and more complex. Now in its 10th year, The 100 Best Fleets in the Americas tradition of bringing together fleet leaders from around the country who want to hear from peers and experts in their field. These roundtable discussions allow for formal presentations and informal networking opportunities throughout the day. Attendees are able to share their current common challenges and most importantly, hear solutions from peers in similar situations. Some of the solutions are ones other organizations like the cities of Orlando and Sacramento have paid over $50,000 for from consultants.


Fleet managers get things done efficiently and effectively and these programs are all results oriented for immediate implementation. There is plenty of time for questions and answers and discussion of best business practices, share ideas, learn from each other and explore practical solutions to real-world problems and concerns.


The most exciting aspects are the programs are designed by and for fleet professionals. There is no part of the day that doesn’t directly relate to day-to-day realities of the workplace. Leaders who attend are sure to walk away with plenty of fresh new ideas and renewed enthusiasm for how best to run their fleet operations. John Hunt, 2005 Government Fleet manager of the Year from the City of Portland, Oregon said “there is no better use of your time than brainstorming with your peers for better ways to become efficient”


Our recommendation is to change before you have to, measure how your operation performs and compares to best-in-class-fleet-departments. It really comes down to how ambitious you are for continuous improvement. Many fleet managers walk into the seminars reluctantly and walk out inspired. What used to work doesn’t always work anymore there is always a constant demand to be fresh and innovative.
  Tom C. Johnson  


  Many of The 100 Best Fleet Managers in Texas at a seminar.  

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