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Len Hunt Joins Gallup Consulting Group
Date:6/20/2008

New Partner Aims to Add Greater Value to Consultancy in Automotive

IRVINE, Calif., June 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Gallup Consulting announced today that Len Hunt, a veteran auto industry executive who has worked with Jaguar, Audi, Volkswagen, and Kia has joined the company as a Partner. The position will be based in Irvine, Calif., and will report to Kelly Aylward, Regional Managing Partner. Hunt will be responsible for managing existing client relationships as well as developing new relationships in the automotive and non-automotive fields.

"We are pleased to welcome Len aboard," said Aylward. "Len brings considerable leadership, sales, and marketing experience to the company from the automotive industry. In addition, his knowledge of the practical application of our research-based consulting, assessment, and education services will be incredibly valuable as we continue to support the growth plans of our automotive industry clients. This move will strengthen Gallup's consultancy services position as a formidable player in the automotive sector."

"I have always believed in building and being a part of great places in which people can exercise their natural talents," said Hunt. "Gallup is an organization that has consistently demonstrated through their research that those companies who embrace this philosophy not only enjoy sustained growth, but see real profit increases and greater stock value."

Gallup Consulting provides services and solutions for automotive manufacturers, dealer groups, and individual dealerships to optimize their customer and employee engagement metrics. Gallup specializes in measuring and managing the emotional connections between automotive companies and their customers and employees. Gallup also provides education and training for all areas of the dealership, from management and sales training to financial services and fixed operations. In addition to automotive, Gallup provides consulting to companies in retail, h
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