FleetOne and Penske seal five-year card deal

Nov. 19, 2001
Penske Auto Centers (PAC), a national tire retail chain, and fuel card vendor FleetOne have entered into a five-year agreement to develop a PAC co-labeled fuel and maintenance card. The card will be accepted at all Penske Auto Centers and FleetOne fuel locations nationwide and will provide customers with a broad offering of services and products, the companies said. The PAC co-label card, designed
Penske Auto Centers (PAC), a national tire retail chain, and fuel card vendor FleetOne have entered into a five-year agreement to develop a PAC co-labeled fuel and maintenance card. The card will be accepted at all Penske Auto Centers and FleetOne fuel locations nationwide and will provide customers with a broad offering of services and products, the companies said.

The PAC co-label card, designed to help companies better manage fuel and maintenance costs, will allow for maintenance and fuel discounts as well as purchasing controls, consolidated billing and reporting. Services that can be purchased with the card at Penske Auto Center stores include preventative fluid maintenance and a fast oil change service called SpeedLaneSM.

FleetOne, based in Nashville, TN, is a subsidiary of National Commerce Financial Corp., which is located in Memphis, TN. Penske Auto Centers has its headquarters in Troy, MI.

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