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Donlen Named To List of “101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For”

August 10, 2007

NORTHBROOK, IL – Donlen, a provider of innovative fleet management systems, was honored August 6 as one of the "101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” in Chicago.

Run by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR), this program had more than 4,000 applicants this year. An independent research firm evaluates each company's entry in nine categories: communication, community initiatives, compensation and benefits, diversity and multiculturalism, employee education and development, employee engagement and commitment, recognition and rewards, recruitment and selection, and work-life balance.

“I’ve always been really proud of the talented people at Donlen,” said Gary Rappeport, Donlen’s CEO. “Great customer service comes from happy employees and an award of this magnitude reinforces the strong environment we work hard to achieve everyday at Donlen.

In a year of award recognition, Donlen was named to the Global Sourcing Top 100 list by the International Association of Outsourcing Professional and as a finalist as “Top Innovation Company” in the American Business Awards.

Donlen Corporation (, with headquarters in Northbrook, Ill., and offices nationwide, is North America’s fastest growing provider of innovative fleet management programs. Since its inception in 1965, Donlen has combined industry-leading innovative technology, responsive customer service and highly experienced industry experts.

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