“Pink at the Pump” Success at Key Cooperative
Dec 06, 2019
By Key Cooperative
Pink at the Pump Results
In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), Key participated in the Pink at the Pump program coordinated by Iowa Renewable Fuels Assoc. & Iowa Corn Growers Assoc. The entire month of October, we donated $.03 of every gallon of Unleaded 88 purchased, to Breast Cancer research which totaled 27,237 gallons and a gift of $817.11!
Pink at the Pump is just one of the many programs/events we will coordinate to promote our Fuels that Support Farmers campaign. In the year ahead, we will be tying community donations & sponsorships directly back to our fuel stations – connecting this campaign to the re-branding efforts at each of our stations.
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