ASAP Energy Inc: Quality Service for Over 40 Years
“We believe in building long lasting relationships with our employees, our customers and our communities.”
ASAP Energy began in 1979 with Rick Koch’s first gasoline service station in Weatherford, Oklahoma. Rick developed a reputation for quality service, attention to detail, a great attitude, and a safe/clean retail operation. That same commitment to excellence is reflected in an organization with divisions in retail, hospitality & tourism, community outreach, real estate, transportation, marketing and petroleum.
Petroleum: ASAP Energy is proud to distribute quality fuel across eight states. From convenience stores to municipalities, we quickly and safely deliver your product with our own fleet of transport vehicles.
Transportation: Utilizing our own fleet of trucks with compartmentalized fuel trailers, we offer transport services as either a fuel wholesaler or common carrier.
Retail: Starting as a single service station in 1979, today we own and operate 16 general stores throughout Oklahoma which feature restaurant food from Lucille’s Kitchen. We also own Rick’s Boots and Outfitters located in Weatherford, Oklahoma within the 101 General Store.
Hospitality: ASAP Energy believes in the highest quality of service, care, and comfort when traveling. With impeccable facilities and friendliest staff we’ve extended our services to offer Lucille’s Roadhouse Restaurants and Holiday Inn Express just off Route 66.
ASAP Energy offers the Energizing our Communities program to assist organizations with earning donations. This program provides an opportunity for all groups, schools, and communities to earn valuable donation dollars because everyone’s need does not look the same, but is equally important in the eyes of ASAP Energy Inc.
Energizing our Communities allows any group to earn points by simply shopping and trading with ASAP Energy Inc. at our ASAP General Stores, Lucille’s Roadhouse Restaurants, and Ricks Boots and Outfitters. For every gallon of fuel purchased or dollar spent, points are awarded to the group account. Once the group account reaches $250.00, ASAP Energy Inc. matches the points awarding the group a check for $500.00 dollars. The points never expire and there is no limit to the amount of money a group can earn.
Last year, ASAP Energy Inc. was proud to award nearly $20,000 dollars to various schools, groups, and organizations. The number one goal for Energizing our Communities was to establish a flexible program that works for any organization to increase fairness among all donation requests.
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