Kelly Alderete Takes On New Role With The Driver Provider

Posted on August 3, 2017

Kelly Alderete, director of sales and business development for The Driver Provider
Kelly Alderete, director of sales and business development for The Driver Provider
PHOENIX  — The Driver Provider welcomed as its new Kelly Alderete director of sales and business development on Aug. 2. Her duties will consist of focusing on building new and existing affiliate relationships, increasing outbound retail and group sales efforts, and networking within the five different markets the company serves, including Tucson and Sedona, Ariz.; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Jackson Hole, Wyo.

“I’ve watched and admired her in our industry now for some time,” said Kendra Kaplan, general manager of The Driver Provider. “I have a lot of respect for the way she conducts herself as a person and in business. She’s the utmost professional —innovative, responsive, and committed to excellence.”

Kendra and Jason Kaplan with Alderete
Kendra and Jason Kaplan with Alderete
Alderete looks forward to building new relationships. “The Kaplans have placed their trust in me to perform my duties in a way that reflect the company’s values, which also align with my own,” Alderete says.

Alderete will be accompanying The Driver Provider management on business next week to Boston, where they will attend the BostonCoach affiliate meeting and conduct site visits with affiliate partners.

“We look forward to many successes together,” Kaplan says.

Related Topics: affiliate networks, Arizona operators, hiring, marketing/promotions, Sales & Marketing

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