Shell Oil Company is the latest to adopt Chase Pay in a long-term agreement that brings mobile payments to its pumps, boosting convenience for consumers while promoting mobile rewards signups.
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British automaker Jaguar Land Rover is saving consumers’ time with more than its vehicles’ performance.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is proving it knows how to make an impression when it matters.
Advance Auto Parts is revving up loyalty with a mobile puzzle game designed to let players experience the brand while encouraging them to sign up for the Speed Perks rewards program.
Gas retailer ExxonMobil is streamlining purchases at the pump with a new mobile application, allowing customers to pay from a smartphone using various methods, including Apple Pay.
Mazda Motor Corporation is driving fast and furious sales with a mobile advertising campaign focused on interacting with consumers through a native integration with Instagram, which links to the automaker’s site.
German automaker Porsche is bringing poetry to the tracks in an effort to showcase its vehicles’ desirability and potential.
Jack Daniel’s Gentleman Jack Whiskey and Total Wine & More are teaming up with a designated driver service to enable Phoenix residents to request free rides via mobile as part of a 24-city tour.
RANCHO MIRAGE, CA – Automotive retailer AutoNation is investing in mobile to transform the auto-buying experience both online and in-store in recognition of how consumers’ shopping habits are evolving, said an executive at the Mobile Shopping Summit 2015.
Mobile shoppers in the market for a car and using a larger, phablet-style phone versus a smaller smartphone access a wider range of Web site content, especially interactive content such as video, according to a new report from J.D. Power.