Multi Service expands fuel-card rebate network

June 11, 2010
More than 400 truckstops were added in May to the Multi Service Fuel Card rebate network, bringing to more than 1,000 the number of participating outlets in the network

More than 400 truckstops were added in May to the Multi Service Fuel Card rebate network, brining to more than 1,000 participating stations in the network.

“We are continuously working to identify merchants that will improve the value of the rebate network for our fleet customers,” said Jake Sitler, gm of the Multi Service Fuel Card program, “and we are pleased to add so significantly to the network in a single month.”

The rebate program, established in 2008, provides fleets with rebates of up to 10 cents on fuel gallons purchased within the rebate network.

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