A family business built on integrity
Jack Cason moved from his native Oklahoma to Las Vegas in the early 1950s and along with his brother Pete and business partner Carl Bailey formed Saveway Super Service. The three of them were able to start their business by opening a Phillips 66 gas station on the Las Vegas Strip. The trio parlayed their one gas station into what is now known as Rebel Oil, which has eventually expanded to a chain of convenience stores and gas stations supported by a strategic wholesale petroleum operation.
President and Founder Jack Cason opens first Service Station in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Decades of Service Station growth put Rebel Oil and Phillips 66 on the map in Southern Nevada.
Rebel purchases ownership of preexisting Phillips 66 Fuel Terminal.
Rebel Oil Purchase 76 Bulk Plant in Tonopah, NV.
Kingman based C.S. Grigg & Sons, sells their family owned business to Rebel Oil Company.
Rebel Oil sales 55 retail Rebel C-Stores and focuses on wholesale growth.
Rebel upgrades Las Vegas Terminal for increased loading capacity and throughput.
Rebel purchases the old Goodspeed facility located in Hesperia, CA