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Donlen Launches New Web Site at www.donlen.com

June 15, 2004

Donlen Corp., a fleet leasing and management services company, has gone live with a completely updated and expanded public Web site designed to be user-friendly, educational and interactive for clients and prospects.“Our site, www.donlen.com, has a new look and feel, as well as increased functionality and valuable information that fleet management professionals should find useful in their workday activities,” says Donlen Senior VP of Sales and Marketing Barry Steel. The Web site, within 24 hours of its launch and without any promotion, attracted people who signed up to receive free offers from Donlen including a comprehensive fleet management handbook, an online seminar on remarketing via the Internet and a consultation on how to save money on total fleet costs by short cycling 2005 models.New features on Donlen.com include a best value vehicle analysis/compare tool, International Fleet Services information and screen shots that illustrate the capabilities of FleetWeb, the company’s online fleet management system. Also included are log-ons for FleetWeb and the DonlenDriver Web site, which works in conjunction with FleetWeb to facilitate information transfer and sharing between fleet managers and drivers.
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