Chrysler Group will reorganize its field operations by adding three Regional Business Centers to absorb its current Zone Office Structure. Chrysler says the regional offices will better support its corporate sales and brand marketing team structure by allowing each region to make decisions relative to vehicle content, incentives and marketing elements. "The market requirements for selling trucks in Texas are different from those in New York, so why should we try to apply a national sales ...
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