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CHS-Cenex 'Tanks of Thanks' Program Continued for Third Year

CHS-Cenex 'Tanks of Thanks' Program Continued for Third Year

Program rewards acts of kindness with free fuel

Cenex, the CHS energy brand, has announced that it will continue the Tanks of Thanks program for a third year.

Since its launch in 2012, the program has collected and shared more than 10,000 stories of people who make a difference in their communities and has awarded those individuals with more than $280,000 in free fuel.

Thousands of people have visited www.tanksofthanks.com to share stories of individuals who help others in their communities by contributing to large projects, like organizing entire food shelves, as well as smaller acts, such as shoveling snow for an elderly neighbor.

CONTINUED FOR THIRD YEAR: Cenex program rewards acts of kindness with free fuel

Each month, Cenex rewards 100 random nominees with a $50 gift card redeemable at any Cenex location. Local retailers also award Tanks of Thanks gifts to people they see making a difference in their hometowns. In total, CHS and Cenex retailers give more than $5,000 in free fuel each month to deserving people across the country.

"Each $50 Tanks of Thanks gift card is a simple token of appreciation for people who make our communities just a little bit better. But the really special part of the program is the 'pay-it-forward' effect," says Akhtar Hussain, CHS refined fuels brand marketing manager. "After receiving a Tanks of Thanks gift card, many people tell us that they feel inspired to share the stories of others who also deserve recognition. If each Tanks of Thanks nominee pays it forward, think of the positive influence that can have on every community."

CHS and Cenex retailers are encouraging customers and community members to nominate friends, family and neighbors for the Tanks of Thanks program and a chance to receive free fuel in 2014.

"We hope the Tanks of Thanks program can inspire people to take a moment each day and notice the good deeds happening all around us," says Hussain. "Everyone knows of at least one person in their life who deserves a thank you, and Tanks of Thanks is an easy way to show your appreciation."

To nominate someone for Tanks of Thanks, visit www.tanksofthanks.com and share his or her story of helping others. You can also read stories of those who are giving back and making a difference. There is no limit to the number of people you can nominate, and anyone can be nominated for any act of kindness.

Source: CHS, Cenex

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