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Rollick Expands Leadership Team

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Marketing and technology solutions provider Rollick announced that it hired John Neale as chief financial officer and Amy Norris as head of dealer solutions.

Based in Austin, Texas, Neale will be responsible for Rollick’s finance and business analytics. He has previously held finance positions with Coastal Holding Co., Retail Solutions, ClearCare and QAD.

“John will be a tremendous contributor to Rollick’s growth over the next few years,” CEO and co-founder Bernie Brenner said in a statement. “With his experience in both private equity and public markets, he’s a great addition to our senior team.”

Norris has held positions in vehicle sales and dealer acquisition strategy, previously working for Carfax and VinSolutions. She is based in the Washington, D.C., area.

“Amy has run large inside and outside sales teams for dealer sales and support,” Brenner said. “She has a record of outstanding results, and I’m so excited that she’s joined the team.”

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