Trade group offers fuel-related hangtags to NMMA members

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The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute is offering new “Look Before You Pump” hangtags to all National Marine Manufacturers Association members.

The tags are part of an effort to help promote the use of E10 — fuel with 10 percent ethanol — or fuel with less ethanol, to customers.

For members who fill out a form, the institute will ship the requested amount of hangtags while supplies last, according to the NMMA.

All “Look Before You Pump’” assets — from infographics to rack cards — can be found on NMMA.org in the Advocacy Toolkit to help educate consumers about ethanol and appropriate boat fuel.   

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