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Five Maintenance Companies to Accept FleetCor’s Fuelman Card

October 26, 2004

FleetCor announced that it has added five automotive maintenance companies to those accepting its Fuelman card. This allows fleet managers to maintain greater control over costs while increasing accessibility to services.
  • Maaco Collision Repair and Auto Painting operates over 500 Collision Repair and Auto Painting locations throughout the United States, and will begin accepting Fuelman cards company-wide by the end of October 2004.
  • Meineke Car Care Centers, Inc operates more than 900 car care centers throughout the United States, and will begin accepting the cards company-wide in mid-October 2004.
  • Tire Kingdom, which operates under the Tire Kingdom, NTB, and Merchant’s Tire & Auto Service brands throughout the United States, has agreed to accept Fuelman cards in October 2004 at their more than 600 locations nationwide.
  • Cottman Transmission operates over 400 transmission service and repair locations throughout the United States. Cottman specializes in every phase of transmission work, including manual and automatic transmissions, American and import vehicles, and front-wheel and four-wheel drives.
  • Netcost Glass Repair and Replacement Network manages a network of over 7,000 independent merchants nationwide, and will begin accepting the Fuelman cards by the end of October 2004. Illinois-based Netcost is an independently owned, automotive glass repair and replacement referral network.Headquartered in Atlanta with regional offices across the US, FleetCor is a provider of fleet card processing solutions serving over 130,000 fleets and more than 1 million cardholders. FleetCor solutions are marketed directly and through its issuing partners under a variety of proprietary names including CFN®, FleetNet®, Fuelman® and Mannatec®.
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