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    GROW YOUR BUSINESS AND THE DEMAND FOR PROPANE.

    Read all the details about Our Marketer Technology and Sales Training Courses

    DRIVE Sales with Autogas
    MAXIMIZE Opportunity in Residential
    GO GREEN with Commercial Mowers
    Make it GROW with Irrigation Engines


     

    DRIVE Sales with Autogas
    Propane autogas is the leading alternative fuel in the United States and the nation's third most common vehicle fuel after gasoline and diesel. It is a rapidly growing market and one that is important for our industry, fleet managers, and the environment. The industry investment in propane autogas technology has led to a number of new commercially available cars, trucks, vans, and buses.

    Learn the latest technology developments and refueling infrastructure options, and test drive demonstration units. Master the "Fuel Savings Calculator," comparing propane autogas to gasoline using fleet managers' specific requirements. You'll also gain insight into partnering with manufacturers to offer public and private fleets a better solution than gasoline, diesel, and other alternative fuels. And, get best practice sales techniques to help you break into this dynamic market. We'll also discuss demonstration and incentive programs that are available to help offset the higher upfront cost often associated with typical propane-fueled equipment.

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    MAXIMIZE Opportunity in Residential
    Marketers know that propane offers measurable advantages in every room of a home - new or old. Yet, it accounts for  just 2.4 percent of household energy consumption in the United States, according to the Energy Department. This class is designed to help marketers grow that share. You will learn about propane's potential to improve energy efficiency and home performance with the latest technologies in fireplaces, water heaters, clothes dryers, cook tops, space heaters, and more.

    We'll show you how to  work with residential builders and remodelers and how to inform these key energy decision makers about propane's  environmental and price benefits. And you'll gain insight on sales techniques and strategic plans, and how to create a total propane solution for these customers.

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    GO GREEN with Commercial Mowers
    Now is an ideal time to show cost-conscious landscape contractors the money savings and green benefits of mowing with propane. Research shows that propane-fueled mowers cost about 30 percent less to operate than gasoline mowers. And because propane-fueled mowers generate up to 50 percent less greenhouse gas emissions, busy landscape contractors can continue to operate on ozone-alert days.

    This workshop will introduce you to a dozen popular propane mower brands, help you identify the opportunities for use in your community, and provide selling tools to get the contracts that can boost your summer fuel sales by 1,000 gallons power mower. You will learn how to work with landscape contractors, municipalities, and commercial  mowing businesses to create a strategic plan that leverages the power of propane in this fast-growing market. Attendees also will learn about demonstration and incentive programs that are available to help offset the higher upfront costs often associated with propane-fueled equipment.
     
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    Make it GROW with Irrigation Engines
    Propane-fueled irrigation engines offer substantial competitive advantages compared with their diesel counterparts, yet hold market share of less than 10 percent. That suggests a tremendous untapped opportunity to boost off-season gallons. With the total acreage of irrigated farmland growing and the cost to pump water reaching all-time highs, new propane irrigation engines can help your agribusiness customers operate cleaner, safer, and more profitably. Depending on engine size and applications, these new engines consume, on average 4,000 to 10,000  gallons of propane per year. These also provide an effective gateway to related applications such as insect control systems, flame  or steam weed control, turf production, and commercial mowing.

    In this session, you'll learn about the economies and efficiencies of propane irrigation engines vs. diesel engines, as well as sales techniques, prospect/lead generation and how to use irrigation engines to break into gateway applications.You'll also learn about demonstration and incentive programs that are available to help offset the higher upfront cost often associated with typical propane-fueled equipment.
     
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