Marshall Joins Quality Leasing as Senior Leasing Consultant
OCT 17, 2019 - 6:50 am
Bradon R. Marshall joined Quality Leasing, the commercial equipment financing subsidiary of the Tom Wood Automotive Group, as a senior leasing consultant. He will be working from his office in Central Texas and will be tasked with expanding QL’s direct and third-party originations.
The Indianapolis-based leasing firm has grown exponentially over the past 10 years and was most recently included in the 2019 Monitor 100. Quality funds various types of commercial assets by focusing on meeting each client’s professional needs with a personalized approach at a fair price.
Managing Director G. Paul Fogle, CLFP, noted, “Bradon’s industry experience, stellar reputation, and outspoken personality make him a strong additional to our already amazing sales team.” Fogle went on to add, “I am confident he will excel in offering the exceptional customer service that separates Quality Leasing from our competition.”
Of his new position, Marshall commented, “I am extremely excited to join the Quality Leasing team where the company values, goals, and direction align very well with my own.”
Marshall started his career in the equipment leasing industry in 2015 after graduating from West Texas A&M University with a dual degree in Business and Education. During Marshall’s tenure in the industry, he was named chief operating officer and later president of C.H. Brown Company; and has been instrumental in modernizing technology and processes—bringing tremendous growth and success to the company.
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