|By PR Newswire||
|March 13, 2014 07:05 PM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Erik Regan's "can-do" attitude and fun spirit helped steer him to his recent promotion: marketing company president (MCP) of the new U-Haul Company of Los Angeles South. Regan is looking forward to working with many of the long-time team members in his marketing company. With almost nine years of U-Haul service himself, Regan knows he has a great team in place to do their part in bringing success to the company.
Regan began his U-Haul career in August 2005 as a customer service representative (CSR) for U-Haul Moving and Storage of Santa Rosa. In November, he was promoted to assistant general manager (GM), and then GM in January 2008. Regan also served as GM at U-Haul Moving and Storage of Point Loma before being promoted to area field manager (AFM) for U-Haul Company of San Diego in February 2011, the position he held until his recent promotion. As marketing company president of U-Haul Company of Los Angeles South, Regan will oversee all operations including truck, trailer and storage rentals.
"Even though this is a new company within the U-Haul organization," Regan explained, "I believe we have a strong management team in place. I look forward to building on current strengths and finding ways to expand and grow this new company."
Regan's can-do attitude means he will be looking for many different ways to expand the company – specifically by increasing dealer presence in the south Los Angeles area. He puts much emphasis on making sure that U-Haul customers are taken care of. With a long list of things he would like to achieve, Regan is thrilled about working on new projects and challenges.
When asked what he most wants people to know about him, Regan said, "I enjoy my job and I want my team to enjoy coming to work every day while having positive impacts on our customers' lives."
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