Dennis Berger was Resigned as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer at AutoNation

Date of management change: January 08, 2019 

What Happened?

Fort Lauderdale, FL-based AutoNation Resigned Dennis Berger as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer


About the Company

America loves the freedom of the open road. It’s an incredible feeling that connects with those who not only drive for convenience but also for passion. It’s a passion we share here at AutoNation. It’s what has driven us to become America’s Largest Automotive Retailer. The open road is a symbolic part of our brand. It underlines our commitment to swiftly & safely move our company, our communities and our industry forward - paving the way to a peerless Customer Experience. So it’s no wonder that AutoNation has sold and serviced over 10,000,000 vehicles, since 1996. But the numbers do not stop at 10,000,000 vehicles. AutoNation is driven by over 25,000 Associates representing over 35 auto manufacturer brands at over 300 stores, in 15 states. What started as a commitment to cancer-related causes has now turned into a movement. AutoNation has donated over $35 Million to national & local charities, with a core focus on cancer research. In fact, our company has partnered with INDYCAR Series Driver Ryan Hunter-Reay and Racing for Cancer as well as the Orlando Sports Foundation to become the title sponsor of the AutoNation Cure Bowl.


About the Person

Dennis Berger is Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer at AutoNation. Previously, Dennis held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.


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