Fleet One announces Mapco Express agreement, personnel moves

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Fleet One — a Nashville, Tenn.-based provider of fuel cards and fleet-related payment solutions to businesses and government agencies with vehicles — on Wednesday, April 2, announced a new partnership with Mapco Express to upgrade its Fleet Advantage program to better serve its growing customer base. The company also recently announced several promotions and new hires.

Fleet One says the Mapco agreement allows it to process all aspects of the Mapco Fleet Advantage program to better serve Mapco’s growing customer base by consolidating billing and providing state-of-the-art reporting. Since 1997, Mapco Express has accepted the Fleet One Local card at its retail fuel and convenience stores in eight Southeast states.

Mapco’s upgraded Fleet Advantage program features several benefits, including 24/7 customer care, ability to make real-time account changes, additional payment options, tracking/monitoring of purchases, and no transaction fees. Fleet Advantage card holders are in the process of transitioning to the upgraded card.

“We have enjoyed our relationship with Mapco for many years,” says Robert “Bert” Nix, Fleet One’s vice president of merchant acceptance. “Their confidence in us to handle their Fleet Advantage program promises much efficiency in time, money and human resources, as well as more options for card users.”

Fleet One’s promotions and new hires include the following:

  • Allen Goetz is Fleet One’s new product specialist, responsible for growing the company’s vehicle tracking service, onsite fueling and the Fleet One Driver Settlement Card. He has been with Fleet One since 2007, most recently in sales for the company’s over-the-road market segment.
  • Sean Root was promoted to inside local account manager, responsible for implementing large accounts. With Fleet One since 2007, he helped grow fleet accounts in the company’s local market segment.
  • Todd Marzano joins Fleet One as regional account executive for the over-the-road sales department. He most recently was a national territory manager in the Pacific Northwest region for Comdata Corp., where he traveled a seven-state area. In addition, he founded Artifex Enterprises in Denver, where he created, sold and implemented a national electrical installation program for Home Depot, and also has served as a national account manager for Jones Knowledge, responsible for developing the bachelor of science nursing program with Jones International University.
  • Jamie Bell joins the company’s over-the-road sales team as an account executive for Iowa, Wyoming, Colorado, Washington and Oklahoma. He previously was a commercial loan officer for Interbay Funding and Malcap Mortgage.
  • Russell Denny joins the Fleet One local team as an account executive for the Southeast region. He previously worked in the home mortgage industry.
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