DETROIT - The annual National Fleet Management Association (NAFA) Institute and Expo 2010 welcomed an array of exhibitors, all on hand to showcase their latest innovations to fleet managers from all over the country. Chameleon 2000, a new addition to the show, not only brought its fuel-saving lightweight van partition device to Detroit's Cobo Hall for the expo; the company's exhibitors also held a drawing for a unique giveaway item - the TaleGator.

The TaleGator is the only product of its kind, specifically created and designed to fit the back of most pickup trucks. Lightweight (approximately 6 lbs.), fitted with beverage and food compartments, and easy to install, the TaleGator is the ideal product for tailgaters, hunters, picnickers, campers, construction workers or anyone requiring comfortable seating while outside with their pickup. Chameleon 2000 representatives recognized that the TaleGator would hold a unique appeal among the NAFA Institute and Expo's attendees.

"Many who attend the NAFA show spend a great deal of time with their trucks," said Keith Leigh-Monstevens, Chameleon 2000's representative for the NAFA show.  "The TaleGator is a true innovation that amplifies the usability of tailgates, proving to be a real asset for those with truck fleets."

After holding a drawing at the Chameleon 2000 booth, fleet director Bill DeWitt of Kirkwood, Mo., was chosen to receive his own TaleGator.

"We are thrilled to share the TaleGator with Mr. DeWitt," said Leigh-Monstevens.  "Hopefully he will enjoy the product as much as many of its current owners do."

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