Founder & President of Rebel Oil
Jack 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.
1954 | Humble Beginnings
President and Founder Jack Cason opens first Service Station in Las Vegas, Nevada.
1950s - 1980s | Continued Growth
Decades of Service Station growth put Rebel Oil and Phillips 66 on the map in Southern Nevada.
1985 | Supply Chain Management
Rebel purchases ownership of preexisting Phillips 66 Fuel Terminal.
1994 | Acquisition
Rebel acquires Bulk Plant Facility off route 66 in Kingman, Arizona.
2015 | Divestment
Rebel Oil sales retail Rebel C-Stores and focuses on wholesale growth.
2016 | Wholesale Expansion
Rebel opens Bulk Plant Facility in Apple Valley, California.