Alan Vordermeier

Charlotte, NC

Throughout his extensive career, Alan Vordermeier has remained an inventive and prolific automotive entrepreneur. A former professional tennis player, he has founded and directed no fewer than seven distinct enterprises related to the automotive industry, ranging from professional auto racing to electric cars. At present, he is the CEO of four companies, including Alan Vordermeier Enterprises, a marketing company specializing in marketing initiatives that connect NASCAR, Grand-Am, and American Le Mans series racing teams to Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Vordermeier’s entrepreneurial ventures put him on the cutting edge of the automotive industries.

Mr. Vordermeier began securing major marketing and sponsorship deals in 1996 with Alan Vordermeier Racing Enterprises in Boca Raton, Florida, with clients including Blockbuster Video and Republic Industries. Building on this success, his next company, P1 Marketing and Merchandise, branched into other major racing series and claimed other prominent clients, including not only Ford, Re/Max, and Coors, but also leading drivers such as Shawna Robinson, the first woman driver to qualify for the Daytona 500 in more than twenty years. Mr. Vordermeier’s company also manufactured apparel and accessories for multiple motor sports clients. Later, he founded Moto Cycle Corporation, which manufactured custom small-engine motorcycles. These unique cycles were licensed under famous NASCAR drivers such as Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and marketed directly to millions of NASCAR fans.

Always an innovator, Alan Vordermeier is the founder and CEO of several other exciting companies. Two Denver-based firms, Automated Auto Finance and Credit Time USA, connect auto dealers, consumers, and lenders to each other across the country. Automated Auto uses a patent-pending, proprietary software system that is revolutionizing auto finance. Mr. Vordermeier is also forging new paths in the electric vehicle market with ElectriCAR USA, a start-up company that is designing new processes to improve the driving range of electric cars to match that of gasoline-powered vehicles. With such a dynamic range of entrepreneurial success, Mr. Vordermeier maintains a status as a leader throughout the automotive industries.

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