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U.S. Bank Voyager Adds 53 Maintenance Locations

July 12, 2017 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of U.S. Bank.
Photo courtesy of U.S. Bank.

The U.S Bank Voyager Network added 53 new locations as a result of network merchant Monro Muffler Brake's acquisition of Clark Tire Total Car Care Advantage in North Carolina and McGee Auto Service & Tires in Florida. The new locations now accept Voyager-branded cards for payment of fleet tire purchases and automotive service, according to the company.

The 26 Clark locations joined the auto service chain's Mr. Tire Auto Service Centers group. The 27 McGee locations became part of The Tire Choice & Total Car Care. Monro now operates 52 stores in North Carolina and 87 in Florida.

"If you operate a business or travel in the southeast, the U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet Card program is a simple and cost-effective way to pay for vehicle maintenance, tires and repairs," said John LeClair, Monro's director of national fleet sales. "It's convenient, too, especially when combined with Monro. Our 1,100-plus shops stand ready to serve fleet managers and their drivers, seven days a week."

The Voyager Network provides customers with secure and reliable acceptance at more than 320,000 retail and private fueling sites, truck stops, electric vehicle charging stations and maintenance and service providers, according to the company.

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