America’s Renewable Future will be participating in this week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, July 18-21, 2016, to promote the importance of biofuels. The organization will deploy multiple outreach efforts including having notable Americans, such as Chris Soules, interacting with attendees as well as man an exhibitor booth, and offer custom giveaway items. In addition, the No. 3 American Ethanol E15 NASCAR show car will be onsite.
“Convention-goers will see our efforts at nearly every turn,” said advisor Tim Albrecht, who will head up the group’s efforts in Cleveland. “We are excited so many surrogates and volunteers have eagerly signed up to assist us in telling the story of cleaner and greener, less expensive fuels for our vehicles.”
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, Gov. Pete Ricketts, Lt. Gov. Kim Branstad, Sen. Charles Grassley, Sen. Joni Ernst, former Sen. Rick Santorum, and “The Bachelor” contestant Chris Soules are committed to sharing the American success story of biofuels and the importance of a strong Renewable Fuels Standard RFS). Last week, Governor Branstad was honored for his biofuel leadership during the National Governors Convention that took place in Des Moines, Iowa.
The America’s Renewable Future booth will be open during the duration of the convention and will be located at The Flats (near Jacobs Pavilion), 2014 Sycamore St., Cleveland, OH 44113. America’s Renewable Future will also be conducting similar activities at the Democratic National Convention, taking place in Philadelphia, July 25-28, 2016.