If you have a
Ram in the driveway and someone claiming to be Jim Press calls you asking if you're satisfied with your truck, it just might be him.
recognizes that it has a customer service problem, and the Pentastar is going to extraordinary lengths to correct it. Its top 300 executives and directors are participating in a program called "Customer First" that puts a priority on -- you guessed it -- the customer. The executives, even guys named Nardelli, Press, and LaSorda, are responsible for at least one customer call per day, and all execs will man at least one shift at Chrysler's customer call center.
The Pentastar elite are also partaking in a three month competition to see who can generate the most sales. We don't know what the prize is for the winner, but whomever claims top sales should get something really,
good. Like a lifetime supply of Chrysler Sebrings.
Detroit Free Press