VRCG Inc. Appoints New Director of Remarketing

Craig Goodman pictured at last year's Auto Rental Summit. Photo by Amy Winter.
Craig Goodman pictured at last year's Auto Rental Summit. Photo by Amy Winter.

Craig Goodman has been named as director of remarketing at VRCG Inc., a fleet sale and rental consulting company based in Michigan. He brings over 20 years of experience in extensive purchasing, remarketing, fleet management and rental operations.

Beginning his career as a branch manager for ACE Rent a Car, Goodman worked his way up to remarketing manager at ACE. He then served as remarketing manager at the Hertz Corp., where he played a role developing the Dealer Direct, Used Car Purchase and Rent2buy programs.

After four years with Hertz, Craig rejoined ACE as the vice president of fleet and remarketing. Immediately after the sale of ACE, Craig joined the VRCG team.

“… We’re fired up about Craig coming on board,” said Dave Arney, president of VRCG Inc. “We’ve always had a plan with our company – our job is to make our clients’ businesses more efficient and profitable – and adding Craig to our roster helps our efforts. ...”

“…We’ve done business with Craig in various positions for many years,” said Mike Kane, vice president and founder of VRCG Inc. “When we found out that Dick Radzis and Charlie Mullen were selling ACE, we saw it as a natural that we’d ask Craig to join. ... ”

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