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“Casey’s General Stores was founded by Don Lamberti in Boone, Iowa, in 1967. The company consistently ranks among the top convenience store chains in the United States, driven in large part by the company’s focus on meeting consumer demand.

“Education is key for not just the customer, but also the store employees, people are always skeptical when trying new fuels, so the more customers know, the better,” said Doddridge. “Partnering with Growth Energy can help with the education piece. Growth Energy has brought together a very competitive group of retailers to highlight the benefits of this new fuel. Without one neutral party bringing ideas and information together, there is a high likelihood that E15 would not see the success it is today.”

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