Neighborhood Fuel In the News: April 2018

Florida Trends included a business profile of Neighborhood Fuel in their Monday Afternoon Update.

The Miami Herald wrote about Neighborhood Fuel in their article “Refill while you work: This company will bring the gas pump to you.”

Tyler Morning Telegraph wrote about how Neighborhood Fuel’s success led to a $2 million investment from Japan’s Softbank and New York’s Lerer Hippeau that will help expand services across the country.

Phys.org mentioned that Lerer Hippeau believes that Neighborhood Fuel is meeting an immediate need in Miami and that the demand will increase in cities across the U.S.

The Star Online mentioned that based on Neighborhood Fuel’s success, Jorge Camaraza is confident that the company will employ 60 workers by the end of the year. Camaraza mentioned that Neighborhood Fuel is working with more than 100 companies in Dade and Broward county.

Engineering 360 discussed the companies using Neighborhood Fuel as an employee perk. They added that in order to make the fueling services more accessible, the Miami-based business developed an app that will give customers access to services that will deliver fuel to their car.

South Florida Business & Wealth included Neighborhood Fuel in their One Liners Dade-Miami article, featuring founder Camaraza.

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