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  • Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

    There's a new website "gaining steam" for educating the public on the benefits of CNG.

    Please visit CNGNOW.COM Sponsored by Cheasapeake Gas.

    Be sure and find out where your presidential candidate stands on CNG.

    Also use this tool to write to your elected officials and urge them to support CNG.

    Just DO IT NOW. Time is running out.

    Lee Shuster

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    Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

    Originally posted by lshuster View Post
    Just DO IT NOW. Time is running out.
    *yawn*














    -- you would not be reading this if cngchat.com did not have a stupid ten character minimum restriction on posts.


    ?Innovation is driven by having access to things.? -- Gleb Budman, CEO of backblaze.com

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    • #3
      Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

      Originally posted by jblue View Post
      *yawn*

      Well, that's not very productive, is it?

      Pretty slick looking site.

      I say, the more the merrier when it comes to spreading the word about consumer CNG vehicles!

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        Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

        I'm not sure too rapid of growth of CNG is a good thing. The infrastructure needs to keep pace or we'll barely get any pressure at the pump. BTW, I don't HAVE a presidential candidate nor would I care to have one.

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          Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

          Originally posted by TheBundo View Post
          I'm not sure too rapid of growth of CNG is a good thing. The infrastructure needs to keep pace or we'll barely get any pressure at the pump. BTW, I don't HAVE a presidential candidate nor would I care to have one.
          I agree.

          Both McCleandon and Pickins have missed the real hurdle- we need to have an affordable universal conversion kit to avoid the inevitable crash of the cng market (when cars break down/tanks expire and repair parts disappear). The EPA and shortsightedness of the US automakers have effectively killed the future of cng in the US- I suppose we could move to Canada or Mexico???

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            Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

            Originally posted by rtry9a View Post
            I agree.

            Both McCleandon and Pickins (sic) have missed the real hurdle- we need to have an affordable universal conversion kit to avoid the inevitable crash of the cng market (when cars break down/tanks expire and repair parts disappear). The EPA and shortsightedness of the US automakers have effectively killed the future of cng in the US- I suppose we could move to Canada or Mexico???
            Or Argentina, or Brazil, or Iraq? No, thanks. I'll take the USA anytime complete with it's (non)EPA and "shortsighted" automakers.

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            • #7
              Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

              Originally posted by TheBundo View Post
              I'm not sure too rapid of growth of CNG is a good thing. The infrastructure needs to keep pace or we'll barely get any pressure at the pump. BTW, I don't HAVE a presidential candidate nor would I care to have one.
              ZPG is a solution, too. (Just doesn't sell too well in Utah

              I admire your non-partisan approach. Political apathy seems to fairly widespread.

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              • #8
                Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

                No bumper stickers, no brochures, no buttons. Let's just say had they had this in place a while ago with such promotions, I personally would've provided some exposure, albeit brief, during one of the conventions (I won't say which one).

                Even T Boone was nice enough to send me a glossy brochure and DVD which I misplaced shortly after opening the envelope. Oh well.

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                • #9
                  Re: Visit cngnow.com just do it now!

                  Market Crash? Worn-out CNG tanks? Phhhhththththt.

                  When the CNG tanks punk out we will already have ANG--which, requiring less pressure in the first place, will provide much more storage capacity (with faster recovery) for fewer simoleons.

                  If you ain't in Houston or hooked up to an IV or life support, things really aren't that bad.

                  Now, having said all that, the site in question is all poop and no pony.

                  Andy-Paul

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