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Fleet One Awards $28K in Free Fuel

February 19, 2010 - Press Release

NASHVILLE, TN - Fleet One, LLC has announced the winners of its "Super 7 Sweepstakes". Out of several thousand entries, seven lucky businesses received free fuel credits toward future fill-ups.

First Prize, a $10,000 credit towards fuel purchases, was won by Versailles, Ky., resident Charles Flora. Second Prize, $7,500 in fuel, went to Elias Heilman of Freeport, Pa. Wade Palmer, of Lake Oswego, Ore., took home Third Prize, $5,000 in fuel.

The other four lucky winners of free fuel include:

Stani Dobrikov of Elgin, IL - $2,500

Joan Yoder of Oley, PA - $1,500

Candy Trivette from Salisbury, NC - $1,000

Randy Timms of Oklahoma City, OK - $500

Michael Thompson, senior vice president of Sales and Marketing, said the Super 7 Sweepstakes was an extension of Fleet One's dedication to helping customers save money. "With the economy still on the mend, many fleet and business owners are looking for ways to maximize profits and minimize expenses. This sweepstakes gave Fleet One a wonderful opportunity to ease the economic climate for seven of our customers," said Thompson.

About Fleet One, LLC

Fleet One, LLC provides fuel cards and fleet management solutions to businesses and government agencies, as well as the merchants that serve them. Our customers use Fleet One fuel cards at convenience stores, truck stops and maintenance merchants across the country to capture purchasing data and pay for fuel and fleet maintenance on cars, vans and trucks of all classes and sizes. Fleet One solutions offer these additional services: private label fuel card programs, real-time reporting, tax-exempt billing, vehicle tracking tools, electronic payment authorizations, billing and financial settlement. Fleet One is a division of Fleet One Holdings LLC, a portfolio company of LLR Partners and FTV Capital.


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