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Kirsty Amer | Assistant Fleet Manager

Kirsty Amer

Kirsty Amer leads from the front, blazing a trail for others to follow. She brings a great amount of experience, level headedness and a touch of humour to the John Andrew Fleet Team.

Kirsty helps the team to strive to reach the level of performance by setting a high standard of achievement, service and professionalism.

Kirsty has been with John Andrew for over three years now starting in a Corporate Account Manager role and progressing internally to her current role as Assistant Fleet Manager.

Kirsty Amer

Attracted to the automotive industry by the career prospects, Kirsty has now been in the industry for 13 years, starting in sales admin and working through retail sales to land in the current role in the Fleet team.

Kirsty has seen her career move to the other side of the world and having worked with seven brands, Kirsty has finally found the best one at John Andrew Ford. She praises the team she works with every day in the Fleet department and across John Andrew Ford as the thing that sets it apart from the other dealers.

Kirsty Amer

Day to day, Kirsty manages large corporate accounts and helps to lead the Fleet team. While her daily drive is currently the Ford Ranger ‘Armor’ Edition. When asked what makes the Armor Edition different Kirsty jumps straight to the comfortable seats, durability and the overall road presence of the Armor. When asked “what was the last song you listened to?” A quick check of the Spotify account lead to ‘Anderson Paak – Come Down’.

When not helping Corporate clients with their vehicle needs, you can find Kirsty at the gym (boxing or regular), out for walks enjoying nature, or volunteering at the Auckland City Mission. During winter you’re more likely to find her shredding on the snowboard at the mountain or dining out around Auckland’s trendiest eateries.

When asked about the future, Kirsty’s responded ‘the next logical step is into a Fleet Manager’s role’. When asked about future travel plans, Kirsty was torn between Japan’s culture, cherry blossoms and snowboarding and Italy’s food, culture and history.

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