Fueling the Fight Against Breast Cancer 2020
In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, participating locations of Minnoco are donating $.02 per gallon off all fuels to Hope Chest for Breast Cancer when Minnoco guests use their Rewards. Offer valid now thru November 8th, 2020.
Minnoco Retailers raised $4,400 for KDWB’s Dave Ryan’s Christmas Wish
Minnoco Retailers raised $4,400 for KDWB's Dave Ryan's Christmas Wish. Thank you Minnoco Dealers for supporting our local communities and making wishes come true! Link to Article
Fueling the Fight Against Breast Cancer
In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, participating locations of Minnoco are donating $.02 per gallon of UNL 88 fuel to Hope Chest for Breast Cancer when Minnoco guests use their Rewards to purchase UNL 88. Offer valid now thru October 31st, 2019.
Fifth Anniversary of Minnesota’s First E15 Station
Minnesota is one of the leading ethanol-producing states in the United States, and has long been number one in retail locations selling E85, the ethanol blend intended for flex fuel vehicles only. Lately, it’s another blend of ethanol that is really building momentum...
Nearly $17,000.00 raised for Hope Chest for Breast Cancer
As of this morning we're currently at 96% of our goal and nearly $17,000.00 raised for #HopeChestforBreastCancer! Help Minnoco Fuel the Fight Against Breast Cancer by fueling up with Unleaded Plus/eblend88!! #MinnocoPinkOut #PinkOut #MinnocoProud Link to Article
Cheaper ethanol gasoline now available to Minnesota drivers
More fuel options could soon be coming to a gas pump near you. For some it's worth celebrating, for others it’s confusing. Ethanol supporters hope to help make the choices clearer for drivers and Governor Mark Dayton has declared Saturday Ethanol Day in Minnesota....
Growing Minnoco gas station brand is fueled by independent operators
The gas station at Penn Avenue and 67th Street in Richfield has carried various names over the past 50 years — Conoco, Mobil, U.S. Oil and others — as owners changed or marketing contracts lapsed. Now, after two decades of local ownership by businessman Mark L. Olson,...