Chevron's Delo Brand Lubricants Announces September 2012 Inductees to Million Mile Club
-- Program Honors Accomplishments in Driver Safety --
SAN RAMON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Chevron Lubricants, maker of the Delo® brand of technologically advanced engine oils, lubricants and coolants, today unveiled the eight drivers inducted to the Chevron Delo sponsored Red Eye Radio (formerly Midnight Trucking Radio) Million Mile Club in September 2012.
Established in 1992, the Chevron Delo sponsored program is one of the most prestigious honors in the trucking industry. The Red Eye Radio Million Mile Club honors truck drivers in the U.S. and Canada with one million miles of accident-free driving.
As a new inductee to the club, each driver receives a personalized Million Mile Club jacket provided by Chevron Delo, a Million Mile Club membership card and a gift from the other participating sponsors.
"Chevron is committed to the health and safety of its employees and contractors worldwide - safety is a key part of our company's DNA. With such a strong focus on safety, we eagerly support other safety efforts in the communities and industries where we operate. Sponsoring the Million Mile Club is an example of our ongoing commitment to safety and our desire to recognize and promote accomplishments in this area," commented Jim Gambill, Delo brand manager, North America, Chevron Products Company.
Million Mile Club September 2012 Inductees:
Kimberly Pearce, Mercer Transportation, Louisville, KY
Herman McGee, Mercer Transportation, Louisville, KY
Randy Hulk, Jacobson, Sioux Falls, SD
Jerry Krueger, Roadway, Florissant, MO
John O'Brien, GST Transport, Houston, TX
Todd Perry, PTL, Syracuse, IN
Greg Bulwicki, Nestle Transport, Sycamore, IL
Robert Drake, Pace Transport, Vinemont, AL
Chevron congratulates these drivers for their outstanding accomplishments and commitment to safety.
Drivers can apply online for the Million Mile Club at: www.ChevronDelo.com/promotions
Red Eye Radio
Red Eye Radio is a nationally broadcast radio show targeting the American Truck Driver.
Award-winning hosts Eric Harley and Gary McNamara engage their millions of listeners and callers with the major issues of the day including current events, legislation, popular culture, family issues, trucking news and information, detailed national weather forecasts, safety tips and interviews with trucking industry leaders.
For more information go to www.RedEyeRadio.com
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Extended Service Protection - Chevron's Delo Product Family:
Chevron's Delo product family includes engine oils, premium lubricants and extended life coolants that provide premium performance and bottom-line value for diesel powered vehicles that may demand extended service protection and drain capabilities.
The exceptional performance of Delo lubricants is a result of Chevron's proprietary ISOSYN™ Technology which combines highly refined base oils with advanced additives to create products that rival synthetic lubricants in critical performance tests while maintaining costs similar to mineral-based oils.
All Delo products are covered under the Delo Warranty Plus program, which provides bumper-to-bumper protection against lubricant and coolant related failures as described in the Delo Warranty.
More information on Delo products and the Delo Truck can be found at: www.ChevronDelo.com
About Chevron Products Company
Chevron Products Company is a division of an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of the Chevron Corporation (NYS: CVX) headquartered in San Ramon, CA.
A full line of lubrication and coolant products are marketed through this organization under the Chevron, Texaco and Caltex brand names. Select brands include Havoline®, Delo® and Havoline Xpress Lube®. Chevron Intellectual Property, LLC owns patented technology in advanced lubricants products, new generation base oil technology and coolants.
For more information go to: www.ChevronLubricants.com
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