Join Farm Bureau, Get Discounts!

Join Farm Bureau, Get Discounts!

December 13, 2013

Farm Bureau Members 
Get Fuel Discounts
Businesses belonging to Farm Bureau in California now qualify for discounted fuel purchases through Flyers Energy.

The California Farm Bureau Federation has named Flyers Energy as its preferred fuel supplier.

Flyers Energy is the largest member of the Commercial Fueling Network (CFN) and also offers fueling at 230,000 locations nationwide with the Flyers Fleet Card.

Under the new program, businesses with a Farm Bureau membership will benefit from a 3 cent per gallon discount on fuel purchased with the Flyers CFN card. The Farm Bureau discount also includes a 2 cent per gallon savings at retail sites everywhere the Flyers Fleet Card is accepted, plus a special rate on bulk-delivered fuel.

Electronic security features on the Flyers Fleet Card improve fuel tracking and security, to reduce risk associated with the fueling of company vehicles by employees. Controls are programmed into the fuel cards and include parameters such as time and day restrictions, gallon limits and e-receipts.

Information for Farm Bureau members about how to use the discount is available on the CFBF website at or by calling toll-free, 800-698-3276. 

Flyers Energy, based in Auburn, franchises the Flyers fuel brand and distributes wholesale and branded retail fuel, commercial lubricants, renewable fuels and solar power.

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