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GasBuddy Announces New Vice President of West Coast Advertising Sales


Sales leader, co-founder of ThinkLA Interactive, Chad Beasley joins to lead growth in Los Angeles, the largest driving market in United States

Today we announce Chad Beasley as vice president of west coast advertising sales, based in Los Angeles. In the wake of strong momentum and upcoming enhancements to GasBuddy, Beasley will be responsible for generating new revenue on the West Coast.

Beasley has more than 20 years of leadership experience in building teams and a strong focus working with automotive brands. Prior to GasBuddy, he lead the west coast office at, the industry’s leading provider of integrated digital marketing software and services. As vice president, Beasley grew the team from two to 103 employees, overseeing all operations and departments.

Prior to that, he was vice president of sales and marketing at Jumpstart Automotive Media, a digital automotive marketing company, part of Hearst Media Services. He started his career at advertising agencies and worked with clients including American Electric Power, AT&T, Delta Airlines, General Motors, Intel, John Hancock, Kodak and Sony.

Beasley co-founded Ad Club Interactive, which became part of ThinkLA, a nonprofit mutual benefit trade association to promote Los Angeles as a world center of creative thinking and innovation in marketing and media. ThinkLA involves advertisers, ad agencies and media, as well as the automotive, entertainment, gaming and web community.

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GasBuddy is a company that connects drivers with their Perfect Pit Stop. As the leading source for crowdsourced, real-time fuel prices at more than 150,000 gas station convenience stores in the U.S., Canada and Australia, millions of drivers use the GasBuddy app and website every day to find gas station convenience stores based on fuel prices, location and ratings/reviews. GasBuddy’s first-of-its-kind fuel savings program, Pay with GasBuddy, has saved Americans more than $6 million at the pumps since its launch in 2017.