California Overnight is Now OnTrac
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Regional Package Delivery Company Announces New Name PHOENIX, Feb. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- California Overnight, the regional leader in overnight package delivery, is now OnTrac! Because of our expanding customer base and our widening service area, we have outgrown our name. OnTrac is a name that works for our increasing market area and across all of our services. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080201/LAF050LOGO) The name California Overnight can be limiting to our growing customer base outside of California. OnTrac is a name that already means something to California Overnight customers. They have been using OnTrac shipping software since 1997. "It is a powerful name for the shipping business, leave your packages to us and keep your business OnTrac! It is also a name familiar to our existing customers so the transition will be relatively simple," said Robert E. Humphrey, Jr., chief operating officer. The company, its ownership and local staff remain the same, but with a new look. "We are excited about our new name, logo and opportunities that will come with this change. We are the same great company, providing the same great service. We now have a great opportunity to move our business forward in new markets with the same dedication to service excellence our current customers have come to expect," Humphrey concluded. OnTrac is a delivery company providing package delivery services, including overnight services. OnTrac is a privately held company and 2008 marks the company's 17th anniversary. Their vision is to be recognized as the leader in regional overnight delivery, consistently exceeding the expectations of customers, employees and shareholders. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.ontrac.com. Contact: Laura Peterson OnTrac O: 602-333-4433 C: 602-284-1247 SOURCE OnTrac Laura Peterson of OnTrac, +1-602-333-4433, cell, +1-602-284-1247
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