NMMA produces digital essay on E15 labeling

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association has published a digital essay, “Protecting Boaters at the Gas Pump.” It focuses on inconsistent labeling of E15 pumps at land-based gas stations that offer the fuel.

The essay can be read online.

The NMMA also issued a Boating United alert last week, encouraging consumers and the boating industry to tell Congress to halt the E15 sales expansion. Click on this link to respond to the alert.

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