Jami Crouch, Corey Witzel Get New Roles At Dallas Company

Posted on January 9, 2018

National Affiliate Manager Jami Crouch
National Affiliate Manager Jami Crouch
DALLAS, Texas — Premier Transportation Services of Dallas on Jan. 9 announced the promotion of Jami Crouch to the position of national affiliate manager.

Crouch joined Premier in January 2017. Upon completing a one-year training program and mastering what is known as “The Premier Way” culture training, she assumed her new role on Jan. 1, 2018. 

Crouch previously held the same position with another transportation company in Indianapolis where she continues to live with her family. She was hired based upon her experience and extensive involvement in the ground transportation industry and her genuine ability to connect with affiliate managers and owners alike. 

As the national affiliate manager, Crouch will manage the relationships of an extensive list of valued partners around the world. She also will continue to source, price, and manage groups as they travel around the nation and world. She will  represent Premier at all industry trade shows.

Director of Dispatch and Special Projects Corey Witzel
Director of Dispatch and Special Projects Corey Witzel
Corey Witzel has also taken on a new role as the director of dispatch and special projects. He will continue to maintain the company's relationships with Premier’s local affiliates.

During the last 13 plus years, Witzel has worn many hats, including that of chauffeur, and brings a strong problem solving skill set to the management team which fits perfectly with the needs of any dispatch department. He is also the company's IT manager and deals with their software platform – both trouble shooting and training staff.

Premier Transportation, owned by Eric Devlin, won LCT Operator of the Year Awards in 2017 and in 2009.

Related Topics: Dallas operators, marketing/promotions, Premier Transportation, Texas operators

Comments ( 2 )
  • Gary Cooper

     | about 7 days ago

    Congratulations to Jami Crouch for a job well done... again!

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