Monthly Archives

June 2013

Monthly Archives: June 2013

Propane’s Message Hits Track with ROUSH CleanTech

Alternative fuel vehicle technology leader ROUSH CleanTech is getting out the message about the beauty and performance of propane with some recent big victories and upcoming milestones on the NASCAR racetrack. Roush Fenway Racing’s (RFR) Trevor Bayne won a dramatic victory in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) at Iowa Speedway; earning Ford’s 200th win in the NNS… (Domesticfuel.com)

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Vows, Victory Lane and Propane

June 11, 2013 — Roush Fenway Racing’s (RFR) Trevor Bayne is coming off a whirlwind week. Bayne was married early last week in a private ceremony in Ashville, N.C., and followed that with a dramatic victory in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) at Iowa Speedway; earning Ford’s 200th win in the NNS.

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Vows, Victory Lane and Propane

06.11.2013 — Roush Fenway Racing’s (RFR) Trevor Bayne is coming off a whirlwind week. Bayne was married early last week in a private ceremony in Ashville, N.C., and followed that with a dramatic victory in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) at Iowa Speedway; earning Ford’s 200th win in the NNS.

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Green Leaders 2013 Honorable Mentions

Founded by motorsports legend Jack Roush, this Livonia-based company designs, engineers and manufactures propane autogas fuel system technology. Along with producing innovative automotive products and creating skilled jobs, the company’s products support national and local priorities by reducing vehicle emissions and dependence on foreign oil… (Citizensvoice.com)

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Dallas School Buses Now Powered by Propane

When they are delivered in July, Dallas’ new transportation contractor, Pike County-based G. Davis Inc. will have 22 new school buses ready to serve the district exclusively, making Dallas the first school district in Northeastern Pennsylvania to switch to an all-propane fleet… (Citizensvoice.com)

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When Do the Excuses End?

How high do gasoline prices have to climb before Americans have had enough? In Detroit, we are paying some of the highest prices ever at $4.18 per gallon. That’s higher than San Francisco at $3.97, but less than Chicago — at a whopping $4.48 per gallon.

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