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Commonwealth Expands Sales Team

LCT Staff
Posted on April 2, 2008

BOSTON – Commonwealth Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation announced numerous new additions to its sales team as a result of continued company growth and expansion:

• William Cole – Most recently with Monster Worldwide and previous experience in fleet management at Hertz and Enterprise

• Nick Tempesta – Previously with Monster Worldwide and a member of the President’s Club from 2005-2007

• John Cinquengrana – Previously with General Binding Corporation including eight years of sales and then transitioned to management for three years

• Dale Cailler – Previously with Monster Worldwide where he was 2002 Rookie of the Year, recipient of 2006 Entrepreneurial Spirit, and a member of the President’s Club from 2002-2006

These new additions will support recently appointed Senior Vice President of Sales Norman Hamel. “This past year’s growth has been extremely encouraging and presents elevated opportunities to further expand our Commonwealth family with fresh new talent,” said President and CEO Dawson Rutter. “Having just recently won the Boston Business Journal’s Pacesetters Award and the ICIC Inner City 100 Award we are looking forward to continued success in 2008.”

Source: Commonwealth press release

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