Good & Quick registers
Good & Quick in Nevada has sent in its registration to offer E15 to 2001 and newer vehicles. “Nevada-area residents will be pleased to benefit from this homegrown, low-cost fuel option,” said Charlie Good, owner of Good & Quick. “Offering E15 as a registered fuel was an easy decision. It burns cleaner, it supports our local economy and it helps save my customers some of their hard-earned money.”
The Iowa Renewable Fuels Association (IRFA) recently released the results of a new analysis that shows a shift in fuels carried in pipelines that service Iowa will lead to E15 being the lowest-cost option for many retailers.
“With Lincolnway Energy and DuPont’s cellulosic ethanol project in Nevada, it’s only fitting that the town has a registered E15 station, said IRFA Managing Director Lucy Norton.
on DQ closing
A statement from Dan and Dean Ringgenberg, who ran Nevada’s Dairy Queen, was issued to the Nevada Journal this past week, following the closing of the business on Oct. 1.
“Our family made the decision to close the Dairy Queen because the winters have been hard financially on the business,” the Ringgenbergs state. “This was a very difficult decision for us to make after being in business for over 15 years. We would like to thank our customers for supporting us all these years. We would also like to thank all of our employees, past and present. All of your hard work was appreciated; we could not have done this without you.”
The Ringgenberg said it has been a memorable 15 years.