Fueling Freedom to raise money for local Military Families

Jun 04 2019


When you fill up at a participating CountryMark fuel station on Friday, June 21 between noon and 5pm, CountryMark and member owners will donate 50 cents for every gallon of fuel pumped to local National Guard Family Readiness Groups. Customers are also invited to register to win a $150 gift card. 

“Fueling Freedom is our opportunity to pay tribute to the service, sacrifice and patriotism of local National Guard troops and their families,” said Matt Smorch, CountryMark Vice President of Refining and Logistics. “We are proud to partner with CountryMark retail fuel stations throughout the state to give back to our military families and honor the sacrifice they make to serve and protect our country.”

Last year, CountryMark raised more than $62, 000 for local National Guard Family Readiness Groups. Many of the National Guard Family Readiness Groups use the funds to send packages to deployed local soldiers, host summer picnics for soldiers and their families, and after-school programs. 

A total of 37 CountryMark fuel stations are participating in Fueling Freedom 2019. Participating CountryMark fuel stations include: 


Bloomfield, IN - 1172 E. State Road 58

Bluffton, IN- 705 W. Market Street

Brownstown, IN - 1300 W. Commerce St.

Cambridge City, IN - 2 E. Main Street

Crothersville, IN - 5307 S. Hwy 31

Elwood, IN - 239 N. 29th St.

Evansville, IN - 5015 N. St. Joseph Ave.

Evansville, IN - 2601 N. St. Joseph Ave.

Evansville, IN - 11115 Broadway Ave

Fairland, IN - 12740 E. Southeastern Ave.

Fountaintown, IN - 11650 N. State Rd. 9

Greenfield, IN - 230 W. Osage St

Greensburg, IN - 766 W. Main Street

Greensburg, IN - 1001 N. Lincoln St.

Greenville, OH - 619 Sater St.

Huntingburg, IN - 901 N. Main St.
Lebanon, IN - 817 W. South St.

Liberty, IN - 404 N. Main St. (Hwy 27 S.)

Logansport, IN - 1101 N. 3rd St.

Loogootee, IN - Hwy. 50 E.

Mitchell, IN - 1955 St. Rd. 37

Lyons, IN - Broad & Wine St.

Oaktown, IN - 9423 N. U.S. Hwy. 41

Noblesville, IN - 16222 Allisonville Rd.

Osgood, IN - Hwy. 350 W.

Oxford, OH - 4985 College Corner Pike

Plainville, IN - Hwy. 57

Princeton, IN - 1471 E. State Road 64

Prairie Creek, IN - 15817 State Road 63

Rensselaer, IN - 1466 N. McKinley Ave.

Seymour, IN - 314 E. 2nd Street

Richmond, IN - 1435 NW 5th St

Shelbyville, IN - 1601 E. State Rd 44 W.

Seymour, IN - 101 Community Drive

Terre Haute, IN - 9950 S. U.S. Highway 41

Vincennes, IN - 3002 S. Decker Rd.

Waltonville, IL - 579 S Hirons St.

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