With decades of combined experience in the luxury car industry, Chris and Jason decided to use their expertise to create a different kind of dealership that nurtured a unique experience for their clientele. They aspired to create an environment where clients felt both comfortable and excited while looking at cars.
The cars that Tactical Fleet acquires are artwork in themselves, Chris and Jason recognized the need to get out of the way and let the cars do the talking. No more bland coffee bar with weathered magazines and car posters, be gone suits and ties. Instead they wanted the cars to speak for themselves. Polished concrete and white walls replace drab tile and wood finishes, allowing the myriad of bright colored exotics to pop.
Just transparent prices, unparalleled vehicle knowledge, honest people, and an extensive collection of top-tier exotic’s. Since 2018, that’s what’s made Tactical Fleet a different kind of dealership. Tactical Fleet now has two locations, offering a variety of pristine cars from coast to coast.
Jason Putnam is the Director and Co-Founder of Tactical Fleet. Jason’s automotive career started with Porsche in Dallas, TX. Following 5 years with Porsche in both sales and management he moved to Nashville, TN. While in Nashville Jason managed a portfolio of car dealerships encompassing 12 stand alone dealerships, 18 different brands across 6 states. Jason is a graduate of Pepperdine University.
Christopher Barta is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Tactical Fleet. Previously, Chris spent 7 years directly responsible for increasing new vehicle sales for Bentley, Rolls-Royce, McLaren, Maserati, Bugatti and Jaguar. He facilitated over $100 million in automotive transaction’s and received the Sales Consultant of the Year Award in 2011, 2012 and 2013, 2016 and 2017 at his previous employer. Chris is a graduate of Arizona State University and earned his MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Construction begins for Tactical Fleet’s first location in Dallas, TX.
Cattle Baron’s Ball is held in support of the American Cancer Society.
The fleet outgrows the facility and construction begins for a bigger building in Dallas.
Tactical Fleet expands to the east coast, opening a store in Charlotte, NC.
The third store opens on the west coast in the heart of Beverly Hills, CA.