Fuels

Kum & Go Partners With AtoB for Fleet Fueling

Cardholders get 10-CPG discount on gasoline and diesel
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DES MOINES, Iowa — Kum & Go has partnered with fleet payments platform AtoB to cut fuel costs when customers use AtoB’s Visa fleet card. Starting Dec. 6, AtoB cardholders can save 10 cents per gallon (CPG) on all fuel purchases at more than 400 Kum & Go convenience stores.

Through the partnership, AtoB cardholders will automatically receive the discount on every gallon of gasoline and diesel purchased. Savings are applied automatically, and operators can apply for AtoB’s fuel card on its website.

“AtoB is rapidly growing our partnership network to help our customers maximize savings no matter where the road takes them. Partnering with Kum & Go is especially meaningful as we enter the holiday rush, and we’re proud to be aligned with their people-first approach to supporting drivers,” said AtoB Senior Director Vamsi Peri.

“Kum & Go is always looking for ways to innovate and provide the best experience for our customers,” said Brad Petersen, director of retail fuels at Kum & Go. “We look forward to this new partnership with AtoB, passing savings onto our customers this holiday season and creating a positive business relationship.”

AtoB, based in San Francisco, was founded in 2020 with the mission to transform the fleet industry’s financial management infrastructure, providing drivers and fleet operators with financial products including no-fee fleet cards, instant direct-deposit payroll and access to bank accounts and savings tools.

In November, Casey’s General Stores Inc., Ankeny, Iowa, also forged a partnership with AtoB.

  • Kum & Go is No. 18 on CSP’s 2022 Top 202 ranking of U.S. convenience-store chains by store count.

Des Moines, Iowa-based, Kum & Go is a family-owned chain with 409 stores in 11 states: Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wyoming. The chain recently launched a wide-reaching growth initiative, announcing impending expansion into several new markets, including Utah, Michigan and Boise over the next year.

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