Growth Energy Launches New Consumer Campaign Encouraging Drivers to Choose Biofuels…

first_img At its 12th Annual Executive Leadership Conference, Growth Energy unveiled a new consumer initiative to raise awareness of biofuels’ positive environmental benefits and encourage consumers to choose higher biofuel blends like E15 at the pump. Through a series of targeted digital content, advertising, and digital media, the Get Biofuel campaign aligns biofuel benefits to an empowerment message titled “Fuel Beyond”.“Our industry’s passion for showcasing the benefits of biofuels is unparalleled, and I’m thrilled to unveil this new initiative that will help raise awareness with consumers – reminding them that by choosing a cleaner fuel, they are fueling beyond their gas tank and also becoming a part of the climate change solution. With biofuel, you fuel much more than just your car. You also fuel cleaner air and help the planet,” said Skor.“The Get Biofuel initiative is an important element of our market development strategy to expand access to higher biofuel blends. With this undertaking, we have a full-throttle industry effort that includes pursuing pro-growth policy, leveraging commercial opportunities, and spurring consumer demand – the E15 trifecta.”The pilot campaign for this initiative launched on Earth Day, April 22nd, 2021, in the Raleigh, North Carolina and Salt Lake City, Utah media markets, and is slated to expand nationally in fall 2021.Source: Growth Energy news release Home Indiana Agriculture News Growth Energy Launches New Consumer Campaign Encouraging Drivers to Choose Biofuels for… Facebook Twitter SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – May 10, 2021 SHARE Previous articleHAT Market Analysis for 5/10/21 with John Zanker, Risk Management CommoditiesNext articleCanadian National Railway Purchasing 1,000 Grain Cars Hoosier Ag Today Facebook Twitter Growth Energy Launches New Consumer Campaign Encouraging Drivers to Choose Biofuels for a Cleaner Planetlast_img read more

Brazil Coach Picks out Iwobi as ‘Dangerous’ Eagle

first_imgAlex Iwobi   The South Americans set to test might against Senegal thursdayDuro Ikhazuagbe with agency reportsBrazil’s Assistant Coach Cleber Xavier has picked out Alex Iwobi as the most dangerous player in the current Super Eagles expected to take on the South Americans in Singapore on Sunday. Speaking ahead of the Brazil versus Nigeria international friendly scheduled to hold on Sunday in Singapore, Xavier said yesterday that the Everton man plays more of an inside role as a second striker.“At Nigeria, Iwobi plays more of an inside role as a second striker than at Everton,” stressed Xavier.“He is the link in the counter attack, drags opponents out of position and infiltrates well in the box.“Nigeria defend less than Senegal Africa’s topmost team. The Senegalese are more about positioning with (Idris) Gueye marking strongly,” Xavier told BBC yesterday.Brazil will play the Teranga Lions of Senegal today before taking on Nigeria’s Super Eagles for just the second time as part of a friendly double-header against African opposition in SingaporeNigeria’s only previous meeting with the Selecao also came in 2003, when goals from Gil, Luis Fabiano and Adriano Leite resulted in a 0-3 defeat for the Super Eagles in Abuja.On today’s clash with Senegal, Xavier admitted that the Selecao are expecting a stern test when the five-times world champions file out against the Teranga Lions this evening.“Senegal is a very well trained and strong team,” Xavier noted yesterday evening.“They (Senegal) conceded few goals during the Africa Cup of Nations with interesting players like Sadio Mane and Idrissa Gueye.“Ismaila Sarr on the wing is a player of individual actions and in the centre M’Baye Niang plays as a pivot, a support player for Sarr and Mane to feed off.“It is a direct team that seeks Mane with the long ball, a transition from defence to attack geared around him. It is a demanding team.”Cameroon are the only African side ever to have beaten Brazil, a 1-0 victory in the 2003 Confederations Cup.Fresh from winning this year’s Copa America, Brazil plan to use the games to plan for the start of World Cup qualification which starts in March.“These two friendlies and the two November friendlies will allow us to test new players and to adjust and tweak some tactical details in attack and defense,” explained Xavier.“We did this in the preparation for the Copa America. We succeeded in the objective of winning and did so unbeaten. Every time the qualifiers become more difficult. It is a very hard competition. Last time we qualified with four rounds to go, which was a great achievement.”INT’L FRIENDLIESBrazil v Senegal (1.00pm)Thailand v Congo (1.00pm)Gabon v B’Faso (4.00pm)Algeria v DR Congo (8.45pm)Venezuela v Bolivia (11.00pm)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more