Booster Fuels, a startup company backed by Ross Perot Jr., Paul Allen and the folks behind Uber, has now pumped 3 million gallons of gasoline for its mobile customers. The company uses a smartphone application to provide an on-site, full-service gas station service for individuals that park in large parking lots (like Alliance-based companies).
Booster Fuels, a startup company backed by Ross Perot Jr., Paul Allen and the folks behind Uber, has now pumped 3 million gallons of gasoline for its mobile customers. The company uses a smartphone application to provide an on-site, full-service gas station service for individuals that park in large parking lots (like Alliance-based companies). Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives
Booster Fuels, a startup company backed by Ross Perot Jr., Paul Allen and the folks behind Uber, has now pumped 3 million gallons of gasoline for its mobile customers. The company uses a smartphone application to provide an on-site, full-service gas station service for individuals that park in large parking lots (like Alliance-based companies). Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives

Booster Fuels pumps 3 million gallons of gas as it expands in DFW

April 12, 2017 11:03 AM

UPDATED April 12, 2017 11:45 AM

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