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Lucio A. Noto Retired Vice Chairman of ExxonMobil Corporation
Mr. Noto, 78, has served as a director since March 2001. Mr. Noto retired as Vice Chairman of ExxonMobil Corporation in January 2001, a
position he had held since the merger of Exxon and Mobil companies in November 1999. Before the merger, Mr. Noto was Chairman and CEO of Mobil Corporation, where he had been employed since
1962. Mr. Noto is a managing partner of Midstream Partners LLC, an investment company specializing in energy and transportation projects. He is also a director of Philip Morris
International and an Emeritus member of Temasek's International Advisory Panel. In the last five years, he has been a director of RHJ International SA. Individual
experience: Extensive oil industry experience culminating with appointments as CEO of Mobil Corporation and Vice Chairman of ExxonMobil Corporation; breadth of knowledge
concerning issues affecting our Company; experience as an executive and a director of some of the world's leading global corporations.
Roger S. Penske, Jr. President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of SoCal Penske Dealer Group
Roger S. Penske, Jr., 57, has served as the President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of SoCal Penske, a group of new car dealerships in Southern
California, since 2008. He previously served as our President from January 2007 through March 2008. From July 2003 to January 2007, Mr. Penske, Jr., served as our Executive Vice
President East Operations and from January 2001 to July 2003 he served as our President Mid-Atlantic Region. Mr. Penske, Jr., serves as a member of the
Board of Directors of Penske Corporation, has served on the advisory committee of Penske Truck Leasing and is the son of our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Individual
experience: Extensive automotive retail industry experience; relationships with key automotive partners; familiarity with all of the Company's key operations through prior
employ, advisory committee membership of Penske Truck Leasing and Penske Corporation directorship.
Roger S. Penske Chairman of the Board and CEO of Penske Automotive Group
Mr. Penske, 80, has served as our Chairman and CEO since May 1999. Mr. Penske has also been Chairman of the Board and CEO of Penske
Corporation since 1969. Mr. Penske has also been Chairman of the Board of Penske Truck Leasing Corporation since 1982. Mr. Penske serves as a member of the Board of Directors of
Universal Technical Institute, and was formerly a director of General Electric Company in the previous five years. Mr. Penske also is a Director of the Downtown Detroit Partnership and a
director of Business Leaders for Michigan. Individual experience: Extensive automotive industry experience; relationships with our key automotive
partners; familiarity with all of the Company's key operations; experience as an executive and a director of some of the world's leading companies; significant ownership position of our stock through
Penske Corporation and other affiliates.
Sandra E. Pierce Senior Executive Vice President Private Client Group & Regional Banking Director, and Chairman Huntington
Ms. Pierce, 58, has served as a director since December 2012. Since August 2016, Ms. Pierce has served as Senior Executive Vice
President Private Client Group & Regional Banking Director, and Chairman Huntington Michigan. Ms. Pierce leads the Private Client Group, Public Affairs, Corporate
Communications and Regional Marketing teams. From February 1, 2013, until their August 2016 merger with Huntington, Ms. Pierce served as Vice Chairman of FirstMerit Corporation, and
Chairman and CEO of FirstMerit Michigan. From 2005 until June 2012, Ms. Pierce served as the Chief Executive Officer and President at Charter One Bank Michigan, a division of RBS Citizens, N.A.
("RBS") where she had responsibilities for commercial banking and all state bank activities in Michigan as well as oversight of all state activities in Illinois and Ohio. From 1978 through 2004,
Ms. Pierce served as Regional Executive of Midwest Retail Operations for JPMorgan Chase, with responsibilities for Michigan and Indiana, and she held a number of management positions in the
retail, commercial lending, and private banking businesses at JPMorgan Chase and its predecessor companies, Bank One, First