Amtrak chief marketing officer David Lim will retire from the rail operator on May 1. - Business Travel News

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February 05, 2013 - 03:25 PM ET

Amtrak chief marketing officer David Lim will retire from the rail operator on May 1. "I am leaving of my own accord and on very good terms," he said in an email, which noted that he plans to "seek new opportunities." Amtrak recently appointed company veteran Matt Hardison to serve as chief marketing and sales officer, replacing the retiring Emmett Fremaux and reporting to president and CEO Joe Boardman.

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