A southern Illinois community recently opened its first CountryMark fuel station featuring premium-quality gasoline and diesel fuel at 209 West 3 St. in Mt. Carmel, Ill.
The Indiana FFA State Officer Team will visit nearly 60 FFA chapters over the course of the next few months serving as the guest speaker at their annual banquets ...
"For the past eight years, we have been running out trucks on a B5 biodiesel blend in the winter months and a B20 blend in the summer and we have not experienced any fuel filter issues. CountryMark biodiesel blends are consistent in quality and dependable year-round to keep our fleet running strong every single day."
Home to the Miami University Redhawks, Oxford, Ohio recently welcomed its first CountryMark fuel station featuring high-quality gasoline and premium diesel fuel at the KDS Express at 4985 College Corner Pike.
CountryMark is proud to announce six individuals who were recently honored at CountryMark's Annual Sales Awards Banquet for the organization's top Distinguish Service Awards: Energy Sales Representative of the Year, Energy Department Manager of the Year, Energy Sales Specialist of the Year and Energy Support Representative of the Year.
During this season of Thanksgiving, CountryMark donated $13,750 to six food banks in Posey County Indiana where the CountryMark refinery is located.
CountryMark's new operations facility in Francisco, Indiana, was recently awarded the Facility of the Year Award by the Indiana Oil and Gas Association.
"As a business man trying to make money, when I'm looking for a vendor I'm looking for the best price, the best service and the best product. In my mind, CountryMark has all three."
"I've been buying CountryMark fuel for 35 years. Before we started using Premium Dieselex-4, we had fuel pumps and fuel filters plugging up all the time. In the winter, the fuel would freeze up. CountryMark fuel doesn't do that ..."
A few months ago, an international oil industry publication made a request for photos, and CountryMark submitted one of its favorite photos of its pipeline crew. Photos were submitted from around the world and the CountryMark photo came in fifth.