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Can you hear us now?

July 1, 2004 - By

Now that the National Propane Gas Association's move to the nation's capital is complete and its staff muscled up, industry leaders will spend $1.1 million next year to make sure they have the full attention of the Washington decision makers they most need to impress. read more

Recognize safety success stories

July 1, 2004 - By

It gets frustrating when we only get bad news or we fail to recognize leadership. read more

Women: your new target audience

July 1, 2004 - By

According to general statistics, women tend to make a large percentage of household decisions in comparison to men. read more

Home Sweet (Propane) Home

July 1, 2004 - By

The propane industry already has made substantial inroads as the choice of builders and buyers of manufactured housing, but the potential exists for even greater penetration into a market that is getting stronger on a daily basis. read more

Forklift maintenance and training program gets high grades

July 1, 2004 - By

A Cincinnati classroom of veteran forklift users begins a daylong training session with a 20-question test to measure their knowledge about maintaining and repairing propane-powered forklift fuel systems. Among the questions: read more

Seek first to understand

July 1, 2004 - By

As much as any of the previous four Habits of Highly Effective Propane Companies, habit number five is an individual skill that requires patience and experience to master. read more

New drivers need new training

July 1, 2004 - By

New truck drivers are going to have to go through new training procedures. read more

FUEL the difference

July 1, 2004 - By

Spiking diesel fuel prices have been driving some propane marketers to take a closer look at their operations to better maximize the efficiency of their routing procedures and considering adding a fuel surcharge. read more