GM, NEVC, Wisconsin Officials Launch E85 Campaign

Article from the NEVC Website

General Motors Corporation (GM) recently joined with the National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC) and the state of Wisconsin to launch a new six-state initiative intended to increase the use of E85, a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent conventional

"E85 is only beginning to become more widely available, and we're pleased to be able to provide consumers with an incentive to try this alternative fuel and see the benefits for themselves," said GM Fleet and Commercial Operations marketing director John Gaydash.

As part of the "I Fuel Good" direct-mail campaign, GM said owners of model year 2002 and 2003 GM flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs) in Wisconsin, Missouri, Colorado, Minnesota, Michigan and Illinois will
receive E85 "informational literature," a $40 debit card that can be used to purchase E85 fuel and a list of local E85 fueling sites.

"We want to educate and encourage industry and consumers to use E85 in their GM [FFVs] whenever possible," said Gaydash.

Contact: Rebecca Harris, GM, phone 313-667-2634, e-mail: [email protected];  Michelle Saab, NEVC, e-mail: [email protected]





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