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Clark Brands and Wright Express Reach Agreement on New Fleet Services Card

November 9, 2004

Clark Brands, and Wright Express announced on October 28 that they have entered into an agreement to issue the Clark Fleet Services Card to commercial and fleet accounts throughout Clark's market area. The new Clark Fleet Services card is being rolled out now to all current Clark fleet and commercial customers and is already accepted at all Clark branded locations. "The Clark Fleet Services Card will replace Clark Brands' current Fleet card program (also with Wright Express) with an enhanced product that benefits our Licensees, their Dealers and our commercial and fleet customers alike," said Karl Goodhouse, Clark Brands' president. "This new product gives our licensees the ability to offer a powerful tool to commercial accounts. And the good news for our licensees and their dealers is that the transition is seamless ...they can begin accepting this card immediately." The new Clark Fleet Services Card has all the features and benefits that users of the current Clark Fleet card receive, plus a number of new features and benefits. The new Card includes a Wright Express logo in the bottom right hand corner allowing Clark and Clark Licensees to offer more benefits and features to commercial customers in their market area. These include acceptance at more than 20,000 service, maintenance and repair locations and acceptance at all other locations where Wright Express is accepted. The rollout of the Clark Fleet Services Card is underway and will be complete by the end of October. New cards are being mailed to current Clark Fleet customers who can begin using them immediately in place of their current cards.
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