Dollar Names New Sales Head for UAE

Dominic Hagerty has been named the head of sales and marketing at Dollar Rent A Car UAE. Photo courtesy of Dollar Rent A Car.
Dominic Hagerty has been named the head of sales and marketing at Dollar Rent A Car UAE. Photo courtesy of Dollar Rent A Car.

Dollar Rent A Car has appointed Dominic Hagerty to the role of head of sales and marketing for the United Arab Emirates.

He will be responsible for the marketing and sales of Dollar Rent A Car in the UAE. Additionally, he will manage the retail rental, corporate rental and leasing divisions.

“We are excited to welcome Dominic Hagerty to the Dollar Rent A Car family and are looking forward to his teamwork spirit and collaborations in pursuit of achieving excellent results for the company,” said Marwan Al Mulla, general manager of Dollar Rent A Car UAE and Oman. “His knowledge of the automotive and car rental industry in the UAE and the region will be a strong asset in developing and reaching the market across all segments. I am sure his versatile experience and leadership with help the sales and marketing team reach their target.”

“I am thrilled to join the Dollar Rent A Car family,” said Hagerty. “I look forward to sharing my experience and knowledge to ensure that Dollar Rent A Car is well promoted and positioned in the local and regional market.”

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