Phoenix Operation Hires Industry Veteran Kelly Alderete

Posted on April 13, 2017

(L to R) Kelly Alderete, affiliate & business development manager of Jet Limousines, and company CEO William Jinks.
(L to R) Kelly Alderete, affiliate & business development manager of Jet Limousines, and company CEO William Jinks.
PHOENIX --- Kelly Alderete has recently been hired as the affiliate and business development manager of Jet Limousines, a Phoenix, Ariz. based ground transportation provider.

She is well known in the chauffeured transportation industry as an experienced 14-year operator in the Tucson area, and also serves as a board member of the Arizona Limousine Association (ALA).

In this newly created position, Alderete will be responsible for managing affiliate relationships, business development, client relations, and national sales for Jet’s growing limousine and motorcoach business.

Alderete is the former president of Alderete Transportation Group (previously known as Xtreme Limousine) based in Tucson, AZ.

As a long-time affiliate of Jet Limousines, Alderete was aware of the company’s solid reputation and had a working relationship paving the way for an easy transition. She and William Jinks, CEO of Jet Limousines, determined this was a perfect match at the right time based on Jet’s recent growth.

“Kelly has built an amazing business and reputation with hard work, dedication, and passion for the industry. To transfer these great qualities to our company is a move we have made to ensure Jet Limousines continues to be a leader not only in Arizona, but across the nation,” Jinks said.

The company runs 52 vehicles, including sedans, premium sedans, SUVs, Sprinters, mini-coaches, mid-size coaches, motor coaches, limousines, and party buses.

Related Topics: Arizona operators, executive changes, hiring

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