Tedd Meurer Joins Mercedes-Benz USA as National Account Manager

MONTVALE, N.J. – Tedd Meurer has joined Mercedes-Benz USA as the national account manager for the company’s South and Mid-Atlantic regions for its fleet sales division.

Prior to joining Mercedes-Benz USA, Mr. Meurer has more than 20 years of progressively responsible management experience in new business development, sales, marketing, third party/client servicing, operations, and fleet. During his tenure in the industry, Meurer served in variety of management roles with The Hertz Corporation, JM Family Enterprises, Automotive Remarketing, Inc., National Car Rental, and Alamo Rent-A-Car.

“Our Fleet Team is dedicated and fully committed to delivering the most exemplary customer service in the automotive industry,” Meurer said. “We are driven to present new, exciting, innovative, and efficient products to our business partners. I believe we at Mercedes-Benz USA have both a professional and social responsibility to provide our corporate customers with as many different alternatives as possible in this ever evolving, eco-conscious world that we live in today.“

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  1. beau alles [ January 13, 2013 @ 11:50AM ]

    awsome career you set up for yourself.. great job!

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