More than 400 truck stops joined a fuel card rebate network in May, the transaction management company Multi Service announced. Now nearly 1,000 truck stops among the 3,200 using the Multi Service Fuel Card participate in the rebates.
The Overland Park, Kan.-based company started the rebate program in 2008 to provide fleets with rebates of up to 10 cents on fuel gallons purchased within the rebate network of truck stops.
For details, go to www.multiservice.com.
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