Multi Service expands fuel card rebate network

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Updated Jun 11, 2010

Multi Service Fuel Card says it added more than 400 truckstops to its rebate network of truckstops in May. The rebate program was established by Multi Service in 2008 to provide fleets with rebates of up to 10 cents on fuel gallons purchased within the rebate network of truckstops.

The addition of these stops to the rebate network provides Multi Service Fuel Card customers with additional opportunity to earn cash rebates across the United States and Canada. “We are continuously working to identify merchants that will improve the value of the rebate network for our fleet customers,” says Jake Sitler, general manager of the Multi Service Fuel Card program. “We are pleased to add so significantly to the network in a single month.”

The rebate network now includes nearly 1,000 of the 3,200 truckstops accepting the Multi Service Fuel Card, including chain and independent locations as well as stations throughout Canada.