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Newsletter – April 2020

Hello everyone! I truly hope all of you are faring well during unprecedented times.  Before I touch on what Acme…

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Newsletter – March 2020

Hello everyone!  I have lots of random topics this month. Budget customers….if you are on a budget payment plan, you…

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Newsletter – February 2020

Happy February everyone!  To me, February usually means winter is winding down.  Although, I think I said something similar last…

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Newsletter – November 2019

Since it’s November, I wanted to wish all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving!  We here at Acme are so…

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Newsletter – October 2019

Greetings!  Well, September sure flew by. Propane and Heating Oil customers….the weather is beginning to get chilly; if you are…

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Newsletter – May 2019

Hello everyone!  This will be the last newsletter until fall.  I only have a few things this month. First of all, we had a successful Home Show!  We saw lots of our existing customers and gained/will gain plenty of new ones.  Thanks to all who stopped by to say hello. Summer is our time here…

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Newsletter – April 2019

Spring has sprung!  Last month we saw some beautiful weather with temperatures in the 70’s (well -deserved after February) and with that, the grass started growing.  Make sure you come to one of our Fast Fuel stations to get Non-Ethanol Gasoline for your mowers or other lawn equipment.  The warmer weather also means BBQ season,…

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Newsletter – March 2019

Hello again.  I must start off by apologizing; it was probably my fault we had “Snowmageddon”.  I usually type these newsletters in the 2nd to 3rd week of the month prior so we have time to edit and get them to our printer.  My first paragraph last month suggested that winter was most likely “over”. …

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Newsletter – February 2019

February….I can’t believe I just typed that!  Here in Western Washington, February is generally the last month of “winter”.  Sure we can get a skiff of snow here and there in March or even April, but nothing major.  As I type this, there doesn’t appear to be any really cold weather on the horizon.  The…

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