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Kingbee Vans CEO Recognized as one of Utah Business' Forty Under 40

With innovative leadership and entrepreneurial prowess, Scott Haslam, CEO of Kingbee Vans, secures a coveted position among Utah Business' Forty Under 40 honorees. The prestigious recognition underscores Kingbee's dedication to fostering dynamic leadership within business communities.


SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 26, 2024 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Kingbee Vans, a commercial fleet van rental company, is proud to announce its CEO, Scott Haslam, has been honored as one of Utah Business Magazine's Forty Under 40, an accolade recognizing Utah's most accomplished professionals under the age of 40.


The Forty Under 40 awards celebrate individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, innovation, and impact within their respective industries and communities. Since its inception 22 years ago, more than 900 individuals have been recognized for their accomplishments. The Forty Under 40 award showcases the talent, vibrancy, and diversity within Utah's business community, highlighting individuals who embody the economic diversity of the state and contribute to its future success.


"I am honored to be counted among such a talented group of CEOs, senior executives, entrepreneurs, and innovators," said Scott Haslam, CEO of Kingbee Vans. "This award truly belongs to the entire Kingbee Vans family. Kingbee Vans represents a significant advancement in the mobile workspace industry. Our vans can be found in businesses spanning, solar, construction, plumbing, telecom, restoration, landscaping, pest control, and more. Together, we've pushed boundaries, made a difference, and I'm excited for what the future holds."


Haslam has dedicated the last decade to shaping the future of automotive solutions for modern fleets. He is the visionary force behind several successful ventures, including Apex Wraps, Kingbee Vans, Pollen, and Ranger Soundcar, each contributing to his impressive track record of business acumen and strategic leadership. Since Kingbee's inception in 2021, Haslam and his team grew the company from $2,622,742 in revenue in the first year to a remarkable $18,880,139 in the second. This accomplishment earned the company the distinction of being named an Emerging Elite business from MountainWest Capital Network in 2023.


"We received nearly 160 nominations for our Forty Under 40 program, which means that these 2024 honorees truly are the standouts in Utah's business community," said Mekenna Malan, editor of Utah Business. "Our publication has in-depth knowledge of the businesses and leading-edge developments shaping not just Utah's, but also the nation's economy. This is a well-deserved recognition for Haslam and all he has accomplished as an entrepreneur and will continue to do as a business leader in the state."

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