One local resident has received a special thank you for her contributions to the community.
One local resident has received a special thank you for her contributions to the community. Patty Eccles of McPherson was selected to receive free fuel from Tanks of Thanks, a program that rewards people who do good deeds to help make their community just a little bit better.
The Tanks of Thanks program from Cenex encourages people to nominate friends, family and neighbors for free fuel as a way to say thank you for doing good in the community. Each month, 100 nominees are randomly selected to receive free fuel from the Tanks of Thanks program. Eccles was nominated for her hard work and effort at her church. Earlier this month, Eccles was selected to receive a $50 Tanks of Thanks gift card redeemable at any Cenex location.
“There are people doing good things in every local community, and these acts of kindness do not go unnoticed or unappreciated,” said Akhtar Hussain, CHS refined fuels brand marketing manager. “Congratulations to Patty Eccles, and thank you for your contribution to the community.”
Hussain said Tanks of Thanks is a multiyear program, so there is still plenty of time for others to nominate someone they know for free fuel.
“Nominating someone for Tanks of Thanks is easy, and anyone can nominate or be nominated for any act of kindness – big or small,” he said.
To make a nomination, visit TanksofThanks.com and briefly describe why someone deserves a Tank of Thanks.
About Tanks of Thanks
Tanks of Thanks, a multiyear program offered by Cenex, the CHS energy brand, encourages people to nominate others for free fuel as a way to recognize and reward their contributions to the community. Each month, 100 nominees are drawn at random to receive a Tanks of Thanks gift card worth $50 redeemable at any Cenex-branded retail location. In addition to the monthly drawing, Cenex retailers also can give away Tanks of Thanks gift cards to reward individuals they see doing good in their local communities. In 2012, Tanks of Thanks recognized more than 2,500 people. Visit TanksofThanks.com to make a nomination and read stories from communities across the country.