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Arkansas Public Fleet Managers Association Elects 2016-2017 Chapter Officers/BOD Changes Name to More Closely Reflect Membership Goals

The Arkansas Public Fleet Managers Association (“APFMA”) elected its 2016 – 2017 leadership team at its Annual Conference, which was held in Little Rock on May 12-13. The organization also announced a name change to The Arkansas Public Fleet Professionals Association (“APFPA”) to more accurately reflect the composition of its membership.

Little Rock, AR, May 22, 2016 --( The following officers and board members were elected:

President: Scott Stubblefield, County Administrator, Sebastian County,, 479-431-8514

Vice President: Renee Tyler, Fleet Acquisition, Parts & Special Projects Manager, City of Little Rock,, 501-918-4235

Secretary-Treasurer: Elizabeth Tuck-Rowan, Purchasing Manager, Central Arkansas Water,, 501-377-1266

Member-at-Large: Changus Bell, Senior Fuel Technician, City of Little Rock,, 501-91824203

Member-at-Large: Robin Nelson, Parts Supervisor, City of Little Rock,, 501-918-4214

Vendor Rep: Carol Wollard, Sales Rep, GovDeals,, 417-459-6057

Vendor Rep: Brian Rodgers, Sales Rep, Hilbilt Sales,, 501-722-7845

Vendor Rep: Eva Sobanski, Sales Rep, Hydraulic & Air Sales, Inc,, 870-535-1177

Commenting on the change, the newly elected President, Scott Stubblefield, said: “Our organization is a grass-roots group; and we want to appeal to all levels of fleet personnel, from the rank and file members of the shop to the executives in higher echelons of government.

“Arkansas is a state of 503 small towns; but small towns need not think small. Even though they may only have a few vehicles without centralized fleet management, the same cost-saving fleet 'best practices', as discussed at our
meetings, could also save their towns valuable tax dollars. We need to bring our message of emerging technologies, fleet optimization, vehicle replacement and maintenance solutions, to name just a few of the cutting edge ideas we discuss, to others throughout our State – no matter the size of the fleet or the level of the fleet professional. Ours is a professional organization open to all levels of fleet personnel, and our new name better reflects our mission to bring fleet best practices to all fleet professionals in Arkansas and surrounding States.

“Over time, our organization’s logo, website, email address and all marketing materials will be changed to reflect the name change,” Mr. Stubblefield concluded.
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