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Sunoco Releases Mobile App

New tool capable of indoor and outdoor purchases
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Photograph courtesy of Stuzo

DALLAS -- Gasoline distributor Sunoco LP recently launched a new mobile app with rewards and payment capabilities, both in-store and at the pump.

“At Sunoco, we know it’s our job to stay ahead of consumer trends by reducing friction as much as possible,” said Alison Gladwin, vice president of marketing and administration for Sunoco LP. “For our customers, that means faster and more seamless payment options, digital receipts and location-specific offers. We’re thrilled to launch these capabilities, and on top of that, we know that our partners (the site owners) are excited to offer unique specials at their locations too.”

Sunoco’s new mobile app, developed by Stuzo, includes the following features:

  • Mobile pay-at-the-pump and pay-in-store capabilities.
  • Support for Apple Pay, Google Pay, Sunoco’s private-label credit card, all major credit and debit cards, and Sunoco gift cards.
  • A digital storefront, enabling Sunoco dealers to manage their store identity, opt into Sunoco-sourced promotions and create their own backcourt offers.
  • Integration for grocery rewards with Price Chopper and Shop ’n Save.

The app’s release follows a pilot in April and May 2018 to a select group of Sunoco gas stations. The app is now available for purchases at the pump or in stores nationwide.

Dallas-based Sunoco is a master limited partnership (MLP) that distributes motor fuel to about 9,900 retail stores, commission agent locations, independent dealers, commercial customers and distributors in more than 30 states. Sunoco has about 80 company-operated sites in Hawaii, about 400 commission-agent locations, about 2,700 dealer locations and about 3,800 distributor locations. Its general partner is owned by Energy Transfer Equity LP.

Philadelphia-based Stuzo's software and solutions help convenience stores launch or manage mobile payments, mobile loyalty programs, mobile ordering capabilities, programs to increase employee engagement and geo-targeted offers. In an exclusive arrangement with CSP, Stuzo shares its digital ranking of 100 convenience-store chains, measuring their digital presence, including mobile commerce, connected car, website and social media.

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