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Donlen Corp. Debuts DonlenGreenKey.com

September 25, 2008

NORTHBROOK, IL – Donlen Corporation has announced the launch of DonlenGreenKey.com, an online resource and community for all fleet managers.

The Web site offers topical news articles, strategies, and analytical tools to aid fleet managers in transitioning to greener fleet programs.

Green fleet blog articles are a key feature of DonlenGreenKey.com, utilizing commentary from industry experts on the latest environmental news and subjects influential to greening fleets. In addition, a public forum is available allowing fleet managers to share experiences, best practices, and general comments on industry news and developments.

Among the impactful tools on DonlenGreenKey.com is a "roadmap" that offers step-by-step instructions for creating a green fleet policy, as well as a questionnaire that can help assess readiness of a corporate fleet to go green. There are also opportunities throughout the site to contact experienced consultants for direct answers to specific green fleet issues.

"With the introduction of DonlenGreenKey.com, we are offering fleet managers a one-stop resource to receive, share, and develop ideas to make their fleets as environmentally friendly as possible," stated Gary Rappeport, Donlen's chief executive officer.

Donlen launched DonlenGreenKey.com at Bobit Business Media's recently held 2008 Green Fleet Conference and Expo. The company's involvement in the conference, coupled with the rollout of DonlenGreenKey.com, further emphasizes its commitment to assisting vehicle fleets transition to environmentally friendly programs.  

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