November 30, 2020

“Tanks of Thanks” Presented to Craig Olson

DSC_0206 (1024x680)Craig Olson of West Bend was recently presented with a $50 Cenex “Tanks of Thanks” gift card.

The Tanks of Thanks program rewards Cenex clients in local communities that go the extra mile with free fuel. Olson was nominated by MaxYield Cooperative, which owns and operates the Cenex convenience store in West Bend.

Each month, 100 people win a $50 Tanks of Thanks gift card from Cenex. MaxYield’s Mark Collins presented the award to Olson last week.

Olson, who is the Electrical Superintendent for the City of West Bend, gives back to his community in several ways. He recently completed 110 hours of training to achieve Fire Fighter I status, while serving the local fire department. He also coaches T-ball and is a trustee at the West Bend United Methodist Church.

MaxYield Cooperative is a local, member-owned cooperative that operates Cenex convenience stores in West Bend, Whittemore, and Fostoria and also provides Cenex fuels to area farmers and clients.

More information about the MaxYield and the Tanks of Thanks program is available at and

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