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March
2013
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01:08 PM
America/New_York

Great Dane Welcomes New Director of Training and Development

Savannah, Ga. – (March 27, 2013) Great Dane is pleased to announce the addition of Susan Dober as the Director of Training and Development.

In this new role, Dober is responsible for the development and coordination of training programs for employees throughout the organization. She is working closely with the sales, marketing and engineering teams on her initial responsibility to develop effective sales training. Dober will work out of Great Dane's Savannah Corporate Office.

Dober holds a Master's Degree in Human Resource Development from Webster University in St. Louis. She served five years in the United States Air Force and resigned at the rank of Captain. Dober brings more than 20 years of training and organizational development experience including Corporate Team Leader, Organizational Effectiveness Services Center at International Paper and several years with Union Camp as Manager, Organizational Development for its Kraft Paper & Board Division.

About Great Dane
Great Dane, a manufacturer of dry van, refrigerated and platform trailers has long been regarded as the industry leader in technology, innovation and quality. The company is headquartered in Chicago, Ill., and has additional corporate offices in Savannah, Ga., with manufacturing plants and a parts distribution center strategically located throughout the United States. Great Dane's network of company-owned branches and full-line independent dealers and parts-only independent dealers offer distribution points for both trailers and aftermarket parts across North and South America. Great Dane can be accessed online at www.greatdanetrailers.com.

The company's wholly-owned subsidiary, Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies, acquired in 2010, is the innovator and manufacturer of custom fiberglass, specialized refrigerated truck bodies and trailers that range from eight to 36-ft. in length. With headquarters in Rice Lake, Wis., markets include dairy, meat, frozen food, keg beer, live poultry, vending products, flowers and plants, and ice. Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies can be accessed online at www.johnsontruckbodies.com.