Growth Energy works hand-in-hand with funding sources, technical experts, and marketing experts dedicated to helping build the infrastructure and distribution of higher biofuel blends, to give more and more Americans the choice of E15 at the pump. Whether it’s helping offset some of the initial cost, navigating the regulatory landscape, or helping them find the right marketing mix to sell more E15 — we provide fuel retailers access to expertise to be an E15 success every step of the way.

Retail Employee Reference Card

Quick reference on benefits of Unleaded 88

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Employee Resource FFV List

Browse a list of 2019 model-year FFVs

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Consumer Handout

For a quick takeaway of the fuel's benefits

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Unleaded 88 Brand Guidelines

Guidelines help implement branding for flex fuel products.

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Competitive Advantage of E15

A retailer case study for the benefits of E15.

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A lack of #coronavirus test plates makes it challenging to test as many people as possible. Our R&D dept is co-developing a method of washing plastic test plates for #COVID19 testing, so they can be safely reused. @novonordisk @lego_group @mieleprof @regionH @AmagerHvidovre https://t.co/VKwOSqNpCN

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The rural economy is a deeply integrated system — each piece is vital to the functioning of the whole. With fuel demand decimated and international markets in free fall, biofuels have been hit hard. That hurt is branching out to corn as well.  reuters.com/article/global…

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Every U.S. resident with a gross adjusted income under $75,000 ($112,500 for heads of household and $150,000 married couples) qualifies for a recovery rebate check for $1200. Here's a good resource from @ChuckGrassley on any questions you might have. medium.com/@ChuckGrassley…

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