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Chevin to Speak at Police Fleet Expo

August 17, 2005

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Ron Katz, vice president of North American sales for Chevin Fleet Solutions, will be speaking on “Improved Decision Making with Fleet Management Information Systems” at the upcoming Police Fleet Exposition which will be held at the Amway Grand Plaza resort in Grand Rapids Aug. 17-21. The Police Fleet Exposition is the largest training conference and exposition currently being held in North America organized exclusively for law enforcement fleet management professionals. The Police Fleet Exposition’s primary purpose is to promote the sharing of information and ideas while building relationships amongst law enforcement agencies across the country and internationally.Katz’s session is featured as part of the Technical Education track. This track in particular focuses on safety standards as well as decision strategies and the development of operational metrics to more effectively manage fleet compliance.For more information on the Police Fleet Exposition, visit the Web site at www.policefleetexpo.com.

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