Fuels

Casey’s Adds Another Fleet-Fueling Discount

Retailer partners with AtoB to offer 7-cents-per-gallon savings
Casey's General Store and AtoB Visa
Photographs courtesy of Casey's General Stores and AtoB

ANKENY, Iowa — Casey’s General Stores has partnered with financial-payments firm AtoB to reduce fuel costs for customers using AtoB’s Visa fleet card. Starting Nov. 16, AtoB card holders will automatically save 7 cents per gallon on all fuel purchases at Casey’s more than 2,400 convenience stores. The discount requires no activation or redemption, and the discount is applied automatically, reflected on the customer's weekly transaction report.

“Casey’s is pleased to partner with AtoB as we expand our fleet discount offer,” said Tony Spuzello, director of commercial fuel at Casey’s. “We appreciate their work to focus on providing value to professional drivers. We look forward to seeing the partnership with AtoB grow as we launch as a merchant on their platform.”

Casey’s announced a similar fleet-fueling discount for Coast Visa holders in October.

The Casey’s partnership is the latest in AtoB’s expansion of financial services for fleets nationwide, including no-hidden-fee fuel cards powered by Visa, and instant direct-deposit payroll that sends funds instantly, the company said.

“AtoB is expanding our strong partner network because rising fuel costs are cutting into fleets’ already razor-thin margins, creating real pain for owners, operators, and drivers,” said AtoB CEO Vignan Velivela. “This important partnership with Casey’s, whose stores are synonymous with convenience and savings, makes filling up more affordable for hard working fleet drivers and small businesses.”

Ankeny, Iowa-based Casey’s General Stores operates more than 2,400 convenience stores. Founded more than 50 years ago, the company has grown to become the third-largest convenience store retailer and the fifth-largest pizza chain in the United States.

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