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Oregon ARCO Stations Accepting Voyager Fleet Cards

April 19, 2016 - Press Release

BP's ARCO-branded fueling stations in Oregon have begun accepting U.S. Bank's Voyager Fleet Cards, the company has announced.

This is the Voyager Network's second expansion in the Pacific Northwest in the past year. Last fall, 140 ARCO stations in the state of Washington began accepting Voyager Fleet Cards.

The Voyager Network is one of the largest fleet fueling and maintenance acceptance networks in the U.S. with more than 230,000 locations, including Puerto Rico. Drivers and fleet managers can pinpoint accepting locations with the Voyager Mobile App or the merchant locator within Fleet Commander Online.

"With this agreement, BP expands its relationship with the U.S. Bank Voyager Network that is thriving in other parts of the United States," said Donna Sanker, vice president of marketing for BP Fuels North America. "We welcome all Voyager fleet cardholders to our fueling locations in Washington and Oregon and stand ready to serve them with quality fuel and other products needed to keep their drivers on the go."

For a list of ARCO locations in Oregon, check the company’s online Station Locator.

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