FLD Names Harjama Director of Business Development

December 07, 2010 - Press Release

DELRAY BEACH, FL - Matt Harjama was named director of business development at FLD, Inc. and its sister company, Harjama assumed the position in September. Previously, Harjama worked for The Hershey Company from 2007 to 2010, during which time he oversaw an 18-percent increase in total sales in his territory.

FLD is a leading provider of vehicle remarketing services to commercial fleets and financial institutions. FLD recently formed, an investment recovery and end-of-term asset management company that utilizes a Web-based auction platform to directly connect clients with potential buyers.

"Matt's proven ability to create and grow market share will enable FLD and to not only meet but exceed the goals of our clients," said Ron Sanders, president of FLD.

Matt Harjama was named Director of Business Development at FLD, Inc. and its sister company,

Harjama graduated from Western Michigan University in August 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and a minor in Finance.

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