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CFN Introduces New FleetWide Fuel Card

July 28, 2006

SAN MATEO, Calif. --- Commercial Fueling Network (CFN), a leading fuel card processing company, has launched its new FleetWide program featuring a multi-network card that's accepted at 30,000 commercial fueling locations across North America. These locations are part of the CFN and Fuelman networks. The new FleetWide card "provides fleets with an exclusive advantage with one card, more flexibility, more choices on where to fuel, with more strategic locations," said Bob Phillips, president of CFN. FleetWide is now accepted at all CFN and Fuelman sites, and affiliate Pilot Travel Centers, Love's Travel Stops, as well as participating Shell, ExxonMobil and Arco locations. The FleetWide program's array of services include unattended cardlock sites and retail locations. "We went from 3,000 sites with CFN to over 30,000 total sites with FleetWide," said Jim Pederson, vice president and general manager of the fleet services division of PetroCard. "As a CFN participant, I now offer my customer base expanded coverage when necessary while attracting over-the-road and large regional and national accounts." The new FleetWide program is being rolled out across all 50 states in the U.S. and Canada.
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