Air Canada's Rosenberg retires after 37 years
August 11, 2008
Air Canada's Marc Rosenberg is retiring. The carrier’s vice-president, sales and product distribution will step down from his post this fall after 37 years of service. 'That Air Canada is recognized as the industry leader in sales and the use of new technologies is a tribute to Marc Rosenberg,' said the carrier’s president and CEO, Montie Brewer. 'Marc has held more than a dozen increasingly responsible positions with Air Canada following his first summer job with the airline in 1967 and then joining the company in 1972. Since becoming vice-president, sales and product distribution in 1996, Marc has driven an overhaul of our sales and distribution systems, modernizing them to make them more efficient and effective while building our relationship with the travel agent community, which voted Air Canada its favorite airline in the influential 2007 Agents' Choice Award for Canadian travel agents. We will miss Marc's dynamic leadership but he leaves behind a tremendous legacy for the company to build upon,' Brewer stated.
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