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Tank Talk turns 1!


Over the past 12 months, we’ve been able to share stories, business updates, recipes, and much more through Tank Talk - the official Ferrellgas blog. As we celebrate Tank Talk’s one-year anniversary, we take a look back at the top five articles published since last February. Whether you read these articles for the propane tips, business insights, or the impact Ferrellgas has made in your community, we are humbled and glad you turn to us for your propane needs. Here’s to many more years of Tank Talk, and many more years of providing you the excellent customer service you’ve become accustomed to receiving.

Below are some of your favorite blogs from Tank Talk’s inaugural year.

1. How to read your propane tank gauge

Knowing how much propane you have left in your tank is an important first step to determining propane usage, delivery schedule, and much more. If you’re unsure about how full your tank is, check out this article for some helpful tips and an insightful video on how to properly read your propane tank gauge.

2. Prepare for teeth-chattering cold with these winter tips

For many parts of the country, this winter has been one of the coldest in several years. With snow building up and temperatures continuing to drop, these winter propane tips will come in handy over the next few weeks.

3. Building communities through barbecue

As devastating as natural disasters can be, they often cause us to pull together and build camaraderie within our communities. This past year was a perfect example of that. Thanks to our friends at Blue Rhino, the disaster relief organization, Operation BBQ Relief, was able to travel to parts of the country affected by natural disasters and provide hot, delicious barbecue meals to those in need. Learn more about how the organization started, and how propane has played a major role in relief efforts across the country.

4. Propane autogas: The fuel of the future

Shawn Brady, Director of Transportation at the Grain Valley School District in Grain Valley, MO, was kind enough to share his perspective on propane autogas. Grain Valley has recently converted part of its fleet of school buses from diesel to propane, and both students and the district are already noticing the benefits. Read through Shawn’s autogas testimonial and find out why it’s so advantageous to move to autogas.

5. DIY silk tie Easter eggs

Easter Sunday is just around the corner, and along with your chocolate bunnies and other colorful treats, you’ll need plenty of eggs. This fun, do-it-yourself, Easter egg dying method will be sure to make an amazing impression on all your friends and family this year!

Those were some of the top blogs from the first year of Tank Talk. We can’t wait to keep writing and sharing more of what matters to you!