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Voyager Announces Acceptance at Diamond Shamrock

January 14, 2003

U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet SystemsInc. has announced acceptance at Valero's Diamond Shamrock stores and all itsaffiliated brands. The company says this partnership will enable Voyager customers to usetheir Voyager card for vehicle maintenance at about 3,000 stores in 16states. The Diamond Shamrock brand is owned by Valero Energy Corporation(Valero).Valero, an independent refining and marketingcompany, is a Fortune 500 company based in San Antonio, with more than22,000 employees and annual revenues of nearly $30 billion. The companycurrently owns and operates 12 refineries in the United States and Canadawith a combined throughput capacity of approximately 2 million barrels perday.Valero also has approximately 1,500 retail outlets in the United States and Canada undervarious brand names including Valero®, Diamond Shamrock®, Ultramar®,Beacon® and Total®. Visit the company's website at for moreinformation.According to the company, the Voyager card, accepted at over 172,000 retail locations in all 50states, provides comprehensive fleet management information services tocommercial businesses and government agencies. A subsidiary ofMinneapolis-based U.S. Bank, Voyager offers data reportingand card tracking features that allow fleet executives to better managetheir fleets. Additional information can be found at Voyager's website
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