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Alan Brand is the CEO of the now defunct Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. He was fired along with the rest of the Dunder Mifflin corporate staff when Sabre bought the company.

Season 1Edit

In "Hot Girl," Jan Levenson mentions that she and Alan came up with an incentives program to increase sales by rewarding the top seller at each branch with a prize worth up to $1,000 (the actual prize is decided by each individual branch manager).

Season 2Edit

In "Performance Review," Jan informs Michael Scott that she and Alan will conduct Michael's performance review over the phone from New York.

Season 5Edit

In a deleted scene in "Business Ethics," Oscar Martinez mentions that Alan was paid $12 million in stock options for a year of substandard performance.

Season 6Edit

In "The Meeting," David Wallace mentions that he and Alan came up with the idea of having Michael and Jim Halpert as the co-managers of Dunder Mifflin Scranton.

Alan makes his first and only appearance in the episode "Shareholder Meeting." He meets Michael in person for the first time. Alan makes a poorly-received speech to the shareholders, who boo and insult him, and introduces Michael, the best branch manager, before answering questions. When Michael discovers that there is no plan to save the company, he and his employees steal Alan's limo, stating "Limos are for people who make the company money not lose millions and have no plan."

In the episode "Secret Santa," Dunder Mifflin is bought out by Sabre and Alan is fired, along with David Wallace, Charles Miner, and several other executives.

TriviaEdit

  • According to Michael, Alan is a fan of the New York Mets.

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