Dollar Thrifty Announces 2011 Officer Promotions

Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc. announced Monday the following officer promotions, effective Jan. 1, 2011:

Jeff Cerefice, promoted to Senior Vice President

Lynne Pritchard, promoted to Senior Vice President of Human Resources

Mike Souza, promoted to Vice President of Corporate Operations

Bill Copeland, promoted to Vice President of Financial Planning and Analysis

Darren Arrington, promoted to Staff Vice President of Fleet

Joe Colavecchia, promoted to Staff Vice President of Revenue Management

Les Pritt, promoted to Staff Vice President of Corporate Operations

"Our shareholders are very fortunate to have such a talented and motivated group of associates at Dollar Thrifty, not only the ones today that are being recognized but the 6,000 strong across the country," said Scott Thompson, president and CEO of Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc. "These seven individuals have earned their promotions, all having demonstrated exceptional skills, solid judgment and rock solid dedication to DTG's long term success. The board of directors and I are delighted to announce their promotions within our leadership team."

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