Wheels, Inc., a leader in corporate fleet management and mobility solutions, has announced that Norman Din, Vice President of Strategic Sales, will retire August 31.
Norman joined Wheels in 2004 as Vice President of Client Relations, holding that position for eight years until he transitioned to Vice President of Sales and Business Development. After three years in that position, Norman stepped into his current global role as Vice President of Strategic Sales.
“Norman has earned the admiration and respect of the fleet industry by building strong, genuine connections with colleagues, clients, and our partner organization, ALD,” said Laura Jozwiak, Senior Vice President of Sales and Client Relations at Wheels. “Norman’s extensive experience, forward thinking, and calm and empathetic leadership style created a balance at Wheels, making a lasting impact on the company that ensures our continued success. We all wish Norman the best in his retirement and thank him for his dedication to the company and our clients.”
During his time at Wheels, Norman advanced the company’s management of client success and global fleet solutions. Norman pioneered Wheels’ Results+ Fleet Performance Program, creating a more professional and consultative approach to account management. He also strengthened Wheels’ relationship with its strategic partner, ALD Automotive, and successfully led the Wheels Client Steering Council for many years.
Before Wheels, Norman held leadership roles at PricewaterhouseCoopers, PwC Consulting, and Mesirow-Stein Real Estate, Inc. He also co-founded Din & Pangrazio, an INC.500 company engaged in integrated marketing and communications.
Norman’s previous experience in the outsourcing of end-to-end business processes such as fleet management, procurement, finance and accounting, human resources, and technology enabled him to offer wisdom and guidance in his leadership roles at Wheels and implement creative, new strategies that helped Wheels deliver optimal fleet performance for its clients.
“I am exceedingly grateful to have spent so much time at Wheels, a great global organization with a thoughtful customer-focused approach to fleet and a team of people I am proud to have worked with,” said Norman. “My experience at Wheels has made me confident in its future success and that it will continue to deliver exceptional client service.”
During his retirement, Norman looks forward to spending time with his family and golfing.