Saab Cars North America Selects VRCG for Fleet Sales

Saab Cars North America announced that VRCG Inc., of Royal Oak, Mich., has been selected to represent Saab to the commercial, lease, fleet management and rental industries in the U.S.

VRCG Inc. is a fleet sales and consulting firm with nine years of experience in the fleet and rental world. VRCG's founder and president Michael Kane, 54, spent 19 years with a major rental, leasing and car sale company, before starting VRCG in 2001. He and vice president David S. Arney will lead their team at VRCG to assist Saab and dealers with fleet sales.

VRCG will assist Saab by working with fleet accounts to get them to purchase Saabs.  The sale and delivery of fleet vehicles will continue to be handled by Saab dealers.

As the authorized fleet sales representative for Saab, VCRG will help dealers: sell Saabs to fleet accounts, deliver Saabs for fleet sales and deliver courtesy vehicles for fleet sales.

For more information, contact Steve Bartolone, Saab's national sales director, at (248) 581-0855 or [email protected], or Mike Kane, at (248) 298-0509 or [email protected].  

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