Coca Cola Acquires Minority Ownership in BodyArmor

Coca Cola Acquires Minority Ownership in BodyArmor

The Coca-Cola Co. adds another product to its investment portfolio. The beverage company has recently acquired minority ownership of BodyArmor, a sports drink that will now have access to Coca-Cola’s bottling system. This move will enable BodyArmor “to accelerate its growth to meet explosive consumer demand for its premium line of sports performance and hydration drinks.” […]

Ethanol Groups Weigh In on Emission Standards Proposal

Ethanol Groups Weigh In on Emission Standards Proposal

The new proposed rule for the “Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule for Model Years 2021-2026″ has been unveiled by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Included in the proposal are revisions to greenhouse gas and fuel economy emission standard for light duty vehicles. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is […]

Schrader Saver FAQs

Schrader Saver FAQs

If you’re not familiar with our Schrader Saver program, it is our digital loyalty program that we started at our stores about a year ago. Using the Schrader Saver card, you earn points on all inside and gas purchases. You earn 2 points on every dollar spent inside our Schraders stores and 2 points on […]

Colorado Day: A Brief History & Specials

Colorado Day: A Brief History & Specials

Happy Birthday, Colorado! Today marks 142 years since President Grant made Colorado the “Centennial State” on August 1, 1876 and was the 38th state to join the union. A state filled with history, we’ve put together a very brief history about the area now known as Colorado. Colorado was once a region that was home […]

Soda Prices to be Raised by Manufacturers

Soda Prices to be Raised by Manufacturers

  According to a Restaurant Business magazine, manufacturers are likely to an increase their soda prices due to costs imposed by a shortage of truck drivers and the tariffs put in place by the Trump administration. Carbonated beverages in North America are already seeing a price increase by Coca Cola Co. and their bottlers. The move was […]

Automotive History: The Dymaxion Car

Automotive History: The Dymaxion Car

Designed by engineer, architect and philosopher Buckminster Fuller, the Dymaxion car – a multidirectional and three wheeled vehicle – was manufactured exactly 85 years ago today in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Fuller was born in Massachusetts and saw his life as “an experiment to find what a single individual can contribute to changing the world and benefiting all […]

Bike to Work Day: Wednesday June 27

Bike to Work Day: Wednesday June 27

What better way to start off your day than with a bike ride? Tomorrow marks the 31st year of celebrating Bike to Work Day. With a very active community, don’t be surprised to see a bicycle routes filled with riders in the morning. Riders will be stopping at one of 50+ breakfast locations for a […]

Flag Day 2018: History and Flag Etiquette

Flag Day 2018: History and Flag Etiquette

American Flag History Today marks 241 years since the American flag was adopted by the second Continental Congress on June 14, 1777. In the journal entry made by the Continental Congress, it stated the flag should have “13 stripes alternate red and white: that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a […]

Taste of Fort Collins 2018

Taste of Fort Collins 2018

Are you a fan of local food, local brews and good tunes? If so then the Taste of Fort Collins is the place for you! Taking place this weekend, Friday June 8 – Sunday June 10, Taste of Fort Collins brings Northern Colorado together for a fun filled weekend. The festival is now on their […]