General Motors' Minority Dealer Development Group has made several management changes. They include:
George Jamison, 45, has been named Northeast regional manager. He was Western team leader for the North American Operations Dealer Contractual Group.
Jamison will be responsible for candidate selection, evaluation of potential dealership locations and coordination of GM portfolio management.
He joined GM with Chevrolet in Tarrytown, N.Y., in 1979. He has served in various sales and marketing positions throughout the United States. Jamison replaces Larry Johnson, who was reassigned to the North Central Region for GM Minority Dealer Development.
Michael McLarty, 51, has been named manager of candidate development. He was manager of training for the GM International Product Center.
McLarty will be responsible for selection, development and training of minority dealer candidates.
He joined GM with Buick in 1983. He has served in several sales and marketing positions within GM. McLarty replaces Steven Jones, now operations manager for GM Minority Dealer Development.
Robert Romero, 48, has been named director of field operations. He was Mid-western U.S. regional manager for Oldsmobile.
He will be responsible for developing minority dealer operations through the five Minority Dealer Development regional managers.
He also will help ease the transition to the automaker's new Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing regional structures.
Romero joined GM with Oldsmobile in Saddlebrook, N.J., in 1973. He has served in various field sales and marketing positions and key executive positions with Oldsmobile.