Hunter Swift Promoted to Senior VP at Dealer World

Hunter Swift Promoted to Senior VP at Dealer World

Swift’s primary responsibility will be leading Dealer World’s sales team to exceed aggressive sales and revenue goals.

Dealer World, a full-service advertising agency for franchise and independent car dealers, announced recently the promotion of Hunter Swift to senior vice president of sales and business development. Swift joined Dealer World in September 2018 as vice president of sales and client relations. In his short time with Dealer World, Swift has contributed to unprecedented growth for the company.

In 2019 Dealer World:

  1. Set a new record for their best revenue quarter in Q1 2019 and went on to beat that record in Q4 2019.
  2. Achieved over $3.5 million in revenue, the highest ever for Dealer World.
  3. Reached 20% year over year growth.
  4. Made the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the US.
Hunter Swift

As senior vice president of sales and business development, Swift’s primary responsibility will be leading Dealer World’s sales team to exceed aggressive sales and revenue goals set by the company. He will also oversee business development, OEM relationships and industry partnerships.

“Our company’s continued growth is due in no small part to Hunter’s steadfast commitment and hard work,” remarked Troy Spring, founder and CEO of Dealer World. “I am confident that 2020 will be another year of success and growth for our agency. We have invested heavily in building our internal teams and in new technologies that will allow us to help even more dealers ‘sell more now.’”

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