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DealerRater Names Angelica Jeffreys VP of Strategic Partnerships and National Accounts

March 28, 2013

WALTHAM, Mass. — Dealer review site DealerRatertoday announced the promotion of Angelica Jeffreys from director of business development for the U.S. and Canadian markets to vice president of strategic partnerships and national accounts.

In her new role, Jeffreys will be responsible for cultivating relationships with strategic partners, strengthening mutual value propositions and combining efforts to grow DealerRater’s business. She also will continue to direct selling efforts at corporate levels and is charged with increasing DealerRater’s advertising revenue in allied markets.

“Angelica’s promotion is very well deserved. Not only has she greatly contributed to the growth of DealerRater with her outstanding success selling our products, she has also been instrumental working behind the scenes participating in product and marketing strategies,” said Chip Grueter, president of DealerRater. “With more than 25 years of sales and management experience in the automotive industry, Angelica’s deep product knowledge as well as her large network of industry executives will continue to provide the company with invaluable insight, competitive intelligence and, more importantly, strategic new partnerships. I wish her much success in this new role.”

Commenting on her new position, Jeffreys stated: “I have very much enjoyed being part of such a dynamic and growing company as DealerRater, which offers the dealer community the most innovative products and services in the reputation management and content marketing arenas. There are many exciting initiatives on the horizon in the coming months and I am thrilled to be playing an even larger role in the company’s expansion.”

 

 

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