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Old 11-08-2007, 12:48 PM
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Question I e-mailed Sams Club

The local Sams Club does not offer any diesel for sale at thier pumps here. I e mailed them 2 weeks ago to see if they would put some in with a B5 or B10 or B20 mix. I realy want a small mix of Bio to run in my truck with a fuel point that is close to me. Well suprise suprise, they have not emailed me back. Have you guys/gals ever noticed how many diesel are sitting in a Sams Club parking lot at any given time? Alot. I even let them know that. Anyway, just rantin and raving. Is there anything wlse I can do to push them in my direction?

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Organize a letter writing campaign to inundate them with requests for Biodiesel.
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That is interesting. I wrote wal-mart a year or so ago about putting in E85 pumps at their local super centers and Sams clubs. Within a couple days they sent a reply basically saying "We're looking into it as part of our dedication to the environment and our customers"

It seemed to be a canned response, but at least they acknowledged my email.
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the only thing I can think of is that they dont want the "big truck traffic" in the pumps? I would be all for it!
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That is a good idea, asking Sam's to carry bio. I'll write them too.
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the only thing I can think of is that they dont want the "big truck traffic" in the pumps? I would be all for it!
They have little to worry about, truckers wont take the time to fillup at an automotive pump. The pumps at truck stops pump at 2 to 3 times the volume and pressure as your standard gas pump.
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