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Industry Executive Barry Gross Heads Back West

Posted on September 25, 2017
New Driver Provider executive director Barry Gross (photos: DP)

New Driver Provider executive director Barry Gross (photos: DP)

PHOENIX -- The Driver Provider said Sept. 25 it has hired two high profile executives to join its leadership team.    

Barry Gross, formerly the director of business relations for Reston Limousine in Sterling, Va., has signed on as the company's new executive director where he will be joined by Kaity Quinley, former vice president at All Resort Group. The two had previously worked together at All Resort Group in Salt Lake City, Utah.

As executive director.Gross will be based out of the company’s headquarters in Phoenix and oversee its operations in all five markets. his experience in two of The Driver Provider’s key markets, Phoenix and Salt Lake City, will enable him to adapt quickly.

Kaity Quinley will be regional director of Driver Provider operations in Salt Lake City.

Kaity Quinley will be regional director of Driver Provider operations in Salt Lake City.

Quinley will remain in Salt Lake City as regional director of the company's operations there, where her 11-years of experience in operations and client relations will lend a steady hand to the company’s newest office.

“We are thrilled to welcome Barry and Kaity to our team,” said The Driver Provider principals Kendra and Jason R. Kaplan. “Each has an impressive record of success, commendable business principles, and an unwavering commitment to excellence. All traits we value in our leadership team. We believe these are strong moves to bolster our rapidly growing business."

Gross told LCT in an email: "I am thrilled with the opportunity to work with such longtime friends in such a successful environment. I am looking forward to adding my energy to this dynamic team."

Founded in 1997, The Driver Provider maintains corporate-owned offices in Phoenix, Sedona and Tucson, Az, as well as Salt Lake City, UT and Jackson Hole, WY. The Driver Provider is a premium provider of chauffeured transportation services and event logistics worldwide. Fleet includes sedans, hybrids, SUVs, vans, limousines, sprinters, mini buses and full-size motor coaches. Chauffeurs are company employees with extensive classroom and field training with an emphasis always on customer service.

Information: www.driverprovider.com; (800) 700-2687

Source: Driver Provider press release

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Related Topics: All Resort Group, Arizona operators, Barry Gross, executive changes, hiring, Jason Kaplan, operation growth, Utah operators

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