CHICAGO, March 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Executive Vice President (EVP) Ron Frank and District 16 Area District Vice President (ADVP) Steve Hansen have announced that Jamie Lee has been named marketing company president (MCP) of U-Haul Company of North Shore Chicago. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130315/LA78332) (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20090622/LA34860LOGO-b) Lee began his U-Haul career in May 2005 as a field relief manager (FRM) for U-Haul Company of Eastern Wisconsin. He also has held the positions of general manager (GM) of U-Haul Moving and Storage at Good Hope Road, customer service representative (CSR) at U-Haul Moving and Storage of West Allis and assistant GM for U-Haul Moving and Storage at Capitol Drive. In April 2010, Lee transferred as GM to U-Haul Moving and Storage of Lincoln Park, the position he held until his recent promotion. Today, as president, Lee will oversee all operations of U-Haul Company of North Shore Chicago, including truck, trailer and storage rentals. "Jamie is committed, organized and understands that team members are the number one asset required for Company growth," affirmed Hansen. "Jamie is results oriented, firm and fair, and understands that personal and professional development form the key to growth and stability within U-Haul Company of North Shore Chicago. I am looking forward to having Jamie take over as MCP. With his communication skills and knack for networking, I'm convinced we'll see him achieve new levels of success." In assuming his role as president, Lee is looking forward to new adventures and new opportunities to train team members, and implement and increase U-Haul Company of North Shore Chicago's productivity. He is enthusiastic about the opportunity to work with his new team and is looking forward to developing productive working relationships. Lee knows that he has a hardworking, experienced team whose knowledge and input certainly will help increase the Company's productivity. He plans to build off on the strengths his team already brings to the table.