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Fill up your flex fuel vehicle and save

Fill up your flex fuel vehicle and save
E85 for 85 cents per gallon offered at Cenex stations this summer

Flex fuel vehicle owners can fill up with E85 for just 85 cents per gallon at participating Cenex stations this summer. The events are supported by United Cooperative, The American Lung Association in Wisconsin Clean Air Choice program, the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association, the Wisconsin Corn Promotion Board, and Wisconsin Clean Cities.

Between 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. on the dates and locations listed, flex fuel vehicle drivers will be allowed a maximum of 20 gallons per person at the discounted price.

June 26 -326 W. Juneau Street, Hustisford
July 10 -6644 State Road 44, Pickett
July 17 -306 E. Main Street, Reedsburg
July 24 -516 Ash Street, Baraboo
July 31 -523 N. Highway 51, Poynette

Fill up your flex fuel vehicle and save

E85 is made with up to 85% ethanol. United Cooperative sources 100% of its ethanol supply from its affiliate, United Ethanol in Milton. E85 has many added benefits, including reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting local economies. The American Lung Association in Wisconsin recognizes E85 as a Clean Air Choice for its role in reducing harmful emissions that cause lung disease.

A single flex-fuel vehicle driver who fills up on E85 every time they are at the pump can reduce CO2, or carbon dioxide (a primary contributor to global climate change) by four tons each year.

Flex-fuel vehicles are typically designated by a yellow gas cap or a label inside the fuel door as an indication. Drivers who are uncertain whether their vehicles can use E85 can visit to learn more.

Source: American Lung Association in Wisconsin
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