Enterprise Remarketing Managers Promoted

ST. LOUIS -– Enterprise Rent-A-Car recently announced the promotion of two of its senior remarketing professionals. Greg Dart, formerly the assistant vice president of remarketing, has been promoted to vice president of remarketing. Kurt Kohler has also been promoted from assistant vice president of remarketing to vice president of remarketing.

Both Dart and Kohler began their careers with Enterprise working in the company's field operations. Dart started in the Enterprise Car Sales management program in St. Louis in 1987, and was quickly promoted to the region's first sales manager. Two years later, he became head of Enterprise Car Sales for the company's Colorado operation.

In 1993, Dart was promoted to Enterprise's corporate headquarters in St. Louis, where he focused on both retail and remarketing operations. In 1997 he was promoted to assistant vice president of remarketing. He was named vice president in May 2003. He currently oversees all operational remarketing functions in the U.S. and Canada for Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Enterprise Fleet Services, including directing the efforts of Enterprise's more than 650 remarketing professionals.

Kohler began his career with Enterprise as a management trainee in the company's rental operations in Tampa, Fla. in 1988 and moved into remarketing as a manager in 1989. He served as group remarketing manager in Tampa and Washington, D.C. In 1997, was promoted to a position at Enterprise's corporate headquarters as a business development manager. He was promoted to assistant vice president of remarketing in 2000, and named vice president of remarketing in 2003.

Kohler currently oversees vehicle remarketing related to predicting market trends and vehicle residuals, as well as the development of remarketing tools and measurements for Enterprise.

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