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Illinois C-store Chain to Sell Ethanol Fuel
"We hope within the next week to have E-85 at our Peoria (Road) store, maybe within the next couple days," said Grady Chronister, spokesperson for Lincoln Land Oil Co."We'd like to add it to all our stores, as time permits."Qik-n-EZ pumps containing E-85 will be clearly identified, according to Chronister.
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Grady Chronister, founder of Chronister Oil, Qik-N-EZ's parent company, disputes that description of events.
He said when I asked on Thursday that his employees are trained in how to respond to medical emergencies and that "our employees totally followed the protocol as far as I know."
"We are so saddened about the death of this gentleman," Chronister said.
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Grady Chronister, president of the Springfield-based Chronister Oil Co., which owns the Qik-n-EZ chain of convenience stores, said he installed an E-85 pump at each of his 11 locations about five to six months ago at the urging of state officials."The more alternate forms of energy and transportation, the more viable we'll be,, Chronister said in the report. ,We can't just stick our head in the sand on this.
From our standpoint, it was just the right thing to do."
The state offers grants to station owners who install E-85 pumps.Chronister
received a $2,000 marketing grant for each E-85 pump from the Illinois Department of Commerce