BTR announced that Eric Voss has been promoted to Chief Sales Officer for the company. Eric is responsible for all revenue and marketing functions for BTR and will report to President Zach Martin. “Since joining BTR in 2019, Eric has been a high performer in both roles as Director of National Accounts and Vice President of Refuse Sales which made him a natural fit for this important strategic position. Eric’s addition to the C-Suite team will provide BTR with a long-term vision around how our best-in-class sales and marketing organization can create value for our customers and shareholders,” said President Zach Martin. 

“I am honored to be leading the sales and marketing strategy for BTR. I am bullish on our opportunities for continued growth and expansion as we continue to prove out the value our fleet solutions can provide for both financial and operational success of our customers. Our challenging of the status quo and thought leader approach is changing the way the industries we serve think about renting and purchasing off-rent vehicles,” said Voss. 

“Eric’s servant leadership mindset and industry presence have helped create a buzz in the industries we serve in terms of attracting talent to the company. His performance has also driven strong profitable growth and this transition will ensure we have the right team in place for execution in both our refuse and supply chain businesses. I am proud of Eric’s great work and accomplishments and look forward to seeing the results in this newly created role,” said Martin. 

“We are building something special at BTR and it starts with our people. The passion, energy, and focus of this group has created meaningful client partnerships that will support our long-term strategy moving forward with the sky being the limit,” said Voss. 

“Eric’s history and performance both inside and outside of the organization make him a great fit for this role. Having a strategic, customer-centric executive will drive value for the markets we serve while continuing to support our organization’s financial goals,” said Scott Dols, CEO of BTR. 

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