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Remember back when selling ethanol for $1.85 was the promotion of choice? Well, with gas prices falling like there's no tomorrow, focus has shifted to other ways to attracting ethanol-pumpers. The latest from the Iowa Clean Air Choice Team is to hold a lunchtime pig roast to celebrate the opening of a new ethanol pump at a station in Inwood, Iowa. The festivities take place on November 15 (Saturday), so you've got time to build up your hunger if you think pork and corn fuel go well together. If you go, the details you need are after the jump.

[Source: Iowa Clean Air Choice Team]


Hog Wild For Cleaner Air: Inwood, Iowa Station Offers Discount On E85 Fuel, Pig Roast On Nov. 15

Inwood, Iowa – (November 10, 2008) – The Oak Street Station at 302 S. Oak Street in Inwood, will reduce the price of E85 by 10 cents per gallon from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m on Saturday, November 15. The station will also celebrate its new E85 pump with a lunchtime pig roast. E85 is a cleaner-burning fuel designed to be used in flexible fuel vehicles. To see if your vehicle can use E85, visit:

The Iowa Clean Air Choice Team includes: General Motors, Iowa Farm Bureau, Iowa Renewable Fuels Association, Kum & Go, Iowa Corn Promotion Board, Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Stores of Iowa, Iowa Soybean Association, National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition, Iowa Biodiesel Board and American Lung Association of Iowa.

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