Former Hertz Corporation Sales pro to expand Medjet’s ongoing, and record-breaking, Sales.
NEW YORK – Medjet, the industry leader in air medical transport and crisis response memberships for travelers, announced the appointment of Thomas Casey to spearhead Medjet’s corporate-funded and group rate opt-in program sales in the Northeast U.S.
Prior to joining Medjet, Casey managed corporate sales for The Hertz Corporation, working with large Fortune 500 companies throughout the mid-Atlantic region. During his more than 15-year tenure at Hertz, Casey consistently ranked among the top 10% in sales within the company.
Casey’s appointment comes at a time when Medjet is experiencing record-breaking sales, particularly of its highest tier membership, MedjetHorizon (air medical transport + travel security response). January 2023 saw the best-ever monthly sales of MedjetHorizon memberships in the history of the company, only to have that record quickly broken again in March and again as May 2023 closed. After impressive sales growth overall in 2022, driven by heightened post-pandemic awareness of traveler vulnerability among consumers, Medjet’s first quarter business-to-business sales numbers have also surpassed expectations, seemingly as business travelers finally get back out on the road.
“Many new companies are choosing Medjet to elevate their traveler protection. We’re also finding that many of our existing clients ~ the companies, associations and groups in our B2B channel ~ are gravitating toward MedjetHorizon as they renew their annual memberships for employees,” said Michael Hallman, President and CEO of Medjet.
“Getting a hospitalized employee moved to a hospital at home has always been a Duty of Care concern, and a problem Medjet solves at an affordable price,” continued Hallman, “but global political tensions, agitated demonstrations and elevated crime levels, even in places formerly considered very safe, seem to have corporate planners worried. They’re more focused on the growing need for ‘people risk management’ versus just ‘travel risk management’, and seeking higher levels of security response for their travelers. That seems to be spurring the growth in our MedjetHorizon sales. We’re happy to have Tom onboard to help bring the Medjet suite of services and business traveler solutions to more companies and planners throughout the Northeast.”
Casey has also spent time at AOL Time Warner, Lamar Advertising and Enterprise Holdings Inc. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Clarion University in Clarion, PA, as well as a certification in Orthobiologics and Regenerative Medicine at the Medical Sales College in Denver.
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