Another On-Demand Fueling Service Debuts | CSP Daily News

Another on-demand fueling service has popped up—this time in Oregon.

Patrice Holliday, co-founder of Rainy Day Fuel, told KATU News that she and business partner Sarah Hughes came up with the idea for Rainy Day Fuel when they were complaining to a software-engineer friend, Adam Maxon, about having to buy gasoline. Their biggest complaints: the time it took to get gasoline and the fact that, in Oregon, self-service fueling is prohibited except in select rural areas. Maxon suggested the three develop an on-demand fueling app to solve the problem.

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