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May 30, 2007

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Chrysler Group Marketing Executive to Leave

The Chrysler Group today announced changes in the company’s senior management. George Murphy, 51, who has been Senior Vice President of Global Brand Marketing since February 2001, has informed the company that he will leave at the end of this month, in order to pursue other opportunities. A replacement was not named immediately.

“George has made a key contribution to our efforts to retool our brands – Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge,” said Steven Landry, Executive Vice President of North American Sales, Marketing, Service and Parts. “Most recently, he engineered a new identity for the Chrysler Brand featuring a new theme line – Engineered Beautifully.

This campaign shows that there is more behind the sheet metal and distinctive style of this brand.” The new advertising campaign for Chrysler Brand debuted on May 8.

Murphy joined Chrysler Group in 2001 after two years with Ford Motor Company, where he was General Marketing Manager for the Ford Division. Prior to joining Ford he was with General Electric for 11 years, rising to the level of Corporate Vice President before choosing to change industry sectors.

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