As a way to recognize people who go above and beyond for their community, Cenex, the CHS energy brand, launched Tanks for Thanks, a new program that gives free fuel to those who make their communities, like Grant, just a little bit better.
The Tanks for Thanks program gives Cenex retailers, customers and anyone else in the community a new way to say ‘thank you’ to neighbors, friends and family, recognizing their good deeds and nominating them for free fuel at their local Cenex retail locations.
The local Cenex retailer is owned and operated by Frenchman Valley Coop of Grant. Frenchman Valley Coop, like Cenex, has a deep-rooted history in serving rural communities across Nebraska.
Frenchman Valley Coop is proud to be a part of the community and announce its participation in the Cenex Tanks for Thanks program locally. The winner of the first Tanks for Thanks is Keith Olsen of Grant.
Frenchman Valley Coop would also like to announce the addition of Michael Vail in the petroleum division to the community.
Nominating someone for a Tanks of Thanks is easy and anyone can be nominated for any act of kindness. Visit Frenchman Valley Coop to make a donation. Each month for the next five months a nominee will be randomly drawn to receive a Tanks of Thanks gift card worth $50.