The 300-store chain with units in five states partners with KickBack Points to drive new business and reward its existing customers.
As a national leader in rewards programs and loyalty solutions, KickBack Points delivers business intelligence that makes retail operators smarter, more profitable and helps to elevate their entire organization to learn how to anticipate the growing needs of their customers.
That’s why the Twin Falls, Idaho-based technology company is proud to welcome Pacific Convenience & Fuels (PC&F) to the KickBack Points network.
Pacific Convenience & Fuels owns and operates over 300 gas and convenience stores in California, Colorado, Oregon, Texas and Washington. Working with leading brands like 76, Conoco, Circle K and Chevron, the company is committed to delivering trusted products and good value to its loyal customers every day.
By partnering with KickBack Points, PC&F customers can now earn points every time they use their KickBack card at the fuel pumps or in the convenience store. Customers earn points for each purchase and become eligible for discounts on fuel, beverages and foodservice items. Plus, registered cardholders will be eligible for exclusive KickBack prizes, such vacations, cash and even an all-expenses paid trip for two to the NFL’s Big Game every year.
KickBack Rewards Systems offers highly sophisticated loyalty programs and data analytics specifically for convenience stores, gas stations, travel centers, quick-service restaurants, grocery stores and many other retail channels.
With more than 15 years of experience, KickBack is recognized as the market leader in building rewarding customer experiences that generate brand loyalty, build repeat store visits and increase bottom line sales. KickBack’s innovative approach to loyalty solutions is a truly accountable marketing technique that provides insights about convenience store customers.
“What makes the KickBack program innovative and unique is its comprehensive ability to analyze transaction data to help companies understand what their customers are buying and calculating the right reward to bring them back again and again,” said Pat Lewis, CEO of KickBack Points. “This can be converting points for discounts at the fuel pumps, a free cup of coffee or discounts on food items.”