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A Future with Flagship

Gary Monk began his career at Flagship Credit Acceptance as an Area Sales Manager in June 2013.

After spending 20 years in the indirect auto finance industry, including seven years with a direct competitor, Gary joined Flagship and helped open the Alabama-Birmingham market for the Company.

Gary quickly established the market and built it to over 80 active dealerships in his first year.

In 2017, Gary decided to explore other opportunities outside of Flagship. He quickly found out that the associate experience at other companies was not quite the same as with Flagship. He felt that corporate decisions and communication were solely based on profit, with little consideration of the people, and he missed the Flagship environment.

Within a year of leaving, Gary’s old market opened, and he applied for his former position. When offered the role, the decision to return to Flagship was quickly made.

“Flagship presented me with an opportunity to use all my talents and build a market from the ground floor. Flagship has always been a people-first company. The members of the leadership team, all the way up to the President and CEO, are very approachable and genuinely want to hear from associates. I have always had strong relationships with the Sales, Credit, and Funding teams, and we all work together for the common goal of success.”

Helping associates reach their full potential is one of Flagship’s greatest and most significant passions. Flagship is proud to have team members like Gary who recognize the value of the company’s mission to provide an evolving range of opportunities to build fulfilling careers, lives, and futures.

“Flagship is a great place to work. Successful people are given the latitude and space to do their jobs, all the while knowing that someone is there to give advice and support when needed. I plan to retire from Flagship and will enjoy every minute of my time here.”

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