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ChevronTexaco Delo Truck kicks off Q3 schedule with Canadian trips

SAN RAMON, Calif. -- ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants announced the third quarter schedule for its award winning Del...


SAN RAMON, Calif. — ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants announced the third quarter schedule for its award winning Delo Truck. <br>
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The Delo Truck, which has been operating for over five years, serves as a rolling exhibit, designed to educate the transportation industry on the importance and proper use of heavy-duty engine oils, lubricants and coolants in an effort to enhance fleet reliability, reduce operating expenses and improve the bottom line. From a tutorial on lubrication manufacturing to a cutaway of an EGR engine, the Delo Truck provides displays and interactive demonstrations that educate the public on the history and value of Delo products. <br>
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“The Delo Truck is a cornerstone of our ongoing commitment to market education,” said Gary Parsons, Commercial Automotive Business Unit Manager, ChevronTexaco Global Lubricants. “We take very seriously our responsibility of keeping trucking professionals informed of the latest innovations in lubricants and coolants technology that can help benefit their business.” <br>
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The upcoming Canadian dates will include: <br>
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7/19/2004 – Customer Appreciation, Cornwall Truck Maintenance, Cornwall, Ontario CAN<br>
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7/20/2004 – Customer Appreciation, Triheat Anglin Energy Supply Co., Kingston, Ontario CAN<br>
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7/21/2004 – Customer Appreciation, Hutchinson Heating & Fuels, Brighton, Ontario CAN<br>
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7/23/2004 – 7/25/2004- Fergus Truck Show, Fergus, Ontario CAN<br>
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7/26/2004 – 7/27/2004- Customer Appreciation, Husky Oil, Mississauga, Ontario CAN<br>
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Also within the Delo Truck is a transmission station that provides insight into critical points of lubrication <br>
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For more information, visit www.delotruck.com<br>


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