OTTAWA, Ill. -- Mid Pac Petroleum and Oasis Stop 'N Go have joined Drop Tank LLC's Dropoints redemption network. Their combined gas stations will provide more than 1.4 million consumers with convenient redemption locations for Dropoints cards, covering the entire state of Hawaii and much of southern Idaho, Drop Tank said.
"We're fortunate to be growing with customer-focused fuel marketers in such well-defined marketing areas," said David VanWiggeren, president and CEO at Drop Tank. "Mid Pac and Oasis will benefit from Drop Tank's specialized card marketing efforts, which focus entirely on cents-off cards."
Keith Yoshida, vice president of business development at Mid Pac said, "Mid Pac is excited to join with Drop Tank in Hawaii. Dropoints cards provide us with a unique opportunity to work more closely with our community partners."
Troy Willie, CEO of Oasis Stop 'N Go, said, "Dropoints cards are a great fit for Oasis. We're always looking for ways to 'wow' our customers and the cents-off cards do just that."
Drop Tank, Ottawa, Ill., is an incentives product company. Loyalty programs and merchants use its products to reward their best customers, but they can also be used as employee incentives, promotional items and as charitable gifts. Drop Tank is focused on cents-off-per-gallon fuel rewards. It partners with fuel and convenience store brands to expand the Dropoints network of redemption locations.
Twin Falls, Idaho-based Oasis Stop 'N Go is a southern Idaho convenience retailer serving the communities of Buhl, Hagerman, Jerome, Paul and Twin Falls with 12 locations.
Honolulu-based Mid Pac Petroleum is a Hawaii-based petroleum marketer and distributor, a wholly owned subsidiary of Koko'oha Investments Inc. and Grace Pacific Corp. With the exclusive right to use the 76 brand in Hawaii, Mid Pac Petroleum supplies 71 gas stations in addition to fulfilling contracts to local marketers and commercial customers. Of the 71 stations, it owns 37 and operates 15. Mid Pac also owns and operates petroleum terminals and trucking operations in the islands.