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Candace McGinnis
Executive Director  
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2020-2021 Board of Directors

Kurtis Hutchinson, Chairman 
 Hutchinson Oil Company

Jerry Davidson
Pete's Corporation

Teresa Hollenbeck
Red Rock Distributing Company

John Netherton
Danielson Fuel Services

Jason Flinn
Flowers Oil Company

Rob Toth
Coffeyville Resource
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Monday, May 17, 2021
  • Legislative Leaders reach budget agreement

  • Petroleum Storage Tank Division to host virtual Industry Roundtable, Tuesday, June 8, 2021

  • EMV Deadline Has Arrived

  • Subsidized COBRA Eligible to Laid Off Employees Through September 30

  • FMCSA Warns Motor Carriers of Fraudulent Vendors Posing as Government Agencies

  • Changes in Hurricane Forecasting and Early 2021 Predictions

  • Securing Public Gatherings Website is Available

  • Energy Marketers of America Comments on E15 Labeling and UST Compatibility Proposed Rule

  • IRS Rule Allows Deductions for Expenses Previously Disallowed Under the PPP Loan Program

  • Fuels Institute Issues Diesel Fuel Quality Recommended Practices Guide

  • Renewable Renewal of Expiring Annual HAZMAT Registration Certificates Dues by July 1, 2021

  • EMA Urges DOE, DHS and FMCSA to Address Problems Related to Winter Storm and Driver Shortage

  • Biden Administration Withdraws Independent Contractor Rule

  • EMA Regulatory Alert: Legalized Marijuana and CBD Oil Strictly Prohibited under U.S. DOT Drug Testing Regulations

  • Convenience Retailing Industry Gears Up to Celebrate 24/7 Day

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2021 OPMCA Annual Business Meeting
2021 OPMCA Annual Business Meeting
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
11am - 1pm
Charleston's in Bricktown
Please join us for the 2021 OPMCA Annual Business Meeting held on Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at Charleston's in Bricktown. The Luncheon will take place from 11am to 1pm with association, legislative and financial updates, as well as a new slate of officers!
Legislative Leaders reach budget agreement
Last week, Oklahoma legislative leadership unveiled the $8.3B FY’22 budget agreement. Individual income and corporate tax rates will be cut and there will be no cuts to state agency budgets.


Please see the attached summary of highlights and agency appropriations.   
Petroleum Storage Tank Division to host virtual Industry Roundtable, Tuesday, June 8, 2021
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s Petroleum Storage Tank Division (PSTD) invites you to a Virtual Industry Roundtable Meeting on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, at 2:00 p.m.


In the summer, the PSTD typically conducts a thorough review of PST rules to determine the necessity of conducting a formal rulemaking the following fall through spring. In an effort to be more transparent and collaborative, the PSTD staff wishes to begin engaging industry stakeholders each summer to discuss our rules including what seems to be working well and where improvements could be made while still protecting human health, safety, and the environment.


Additionally, along with other OCC divisions, staff are working this year to eliminate outdated rules. Your input in this area would also be appreciated. This process would allow PSTD staff to communicate sooner about potential rulemaking changes prior to any formal rulemaking process.


The Industry Roundtable format will be for industry to submit questions and/or comments to the PSTD by Tuesday, May 25, 2021. The PSTD will then review any questions or comments before the Industry Roundtable. At the Industry Roundtable, the PSTD will address one question and/or comment from a commenter and discuss during the roundtable. After discussion ends on that question/comment, the PSTD will address a question/comment from a different commenter, and continue on in that manner so that questions and comments from each commenter will be discussed. The PSTD will proceed in the order the questions/comments are submitted to the PSTD. At this time the meeting is scheduled to occur virtually over the Microsoft Teams platform, but further notification will occur should the meeting location/format change.


To register and submit questions and/or comments to the PSTD for the Industry Roundtable Meeting, please email Susan Adlamini at Susan.Adlamini@occ.ok.gov. Please submit any questions/comments by Tuesday, May 25, 2021. Please register to attend the Industry Roundtable Meeting by Monday, June 7, 2021.


The PSTD hopes that this Industry Roundtable on June 8th will mutually benefit communication between industry stakeholders and the PSTD staff. 
EMV Deadline Has Arrived
The long-awaited EMV forecourt deadline is finally here. As of April 17, U.S. fuel marketers that have not upgraded their dispensers to accept chip card payments are liable for fraudulent transactions on those dispensers.


Survey Says. Back in April, PEI surveyed their distributor and contractor members to gauge the current state of forecourt upgrades. The last such survey was conducted about six months ago (Oct. 2020).


More than 10% of eligible PEI members participated in this week’s survey. Cumulatively, these members manage EMV upgrades for between 27,500 and 43,000 retail fueling sites. Results show:


  • Site completions are slowly increasing. Some 56.2% of all retail fueling sites have completed their EMV forecourt upgrades, according to our survey. That’s up from 49.5% in October.
  • Many sites haven’t yet placed their orders. Another 29.3% of the sites have not yet requested forecourt upgrades. That’s a big number, but down substantially from 43.3% six months ago.
  • Lead times are increasing. Today’s average lead times are 11 weeks (with new dispensers) and 8 weeks (without dispensers). Last October, lead times averaged 8 weeks (with new dispensers) and 7 weeks (without dispensers).
  • Procrastination is the cause. Some analysts blame today’s EMV upgrade backlog on the shortage of qualified service technicians. PEI members disagree. As in October, 72% said the real cause is customers’ procrastination in placing orders.
  • Many sites will not upgrade. Survey participants estimated 10.3% of retail fueling sites never will upgrade. That’s down slightly from a 12.8% estimate in October.

Card Companies and Majors. Although credit card companies resisted last-minute pressure to delay the liability shift (April 6 TulsaLetter), they still could defer enforcement on a case-by-case basis for marketers that demonstrate a good-faith effort to upgrade.


Visa also announced it will automatically enroll non-upgraded fuel marketers in its Visa Transaction Advisor (VTA) program. VTA provides a heightened level of fraud protection, according to VISA:


Each time a credit or debit card is inserted at the pump, Visa analyzes more than 500 pieces of data about the cardholder's account and global fraud trends. Within milliseconds, the tool determines the risk of the transaction and provides a risk score that helps merchants identify transactions with a higher risk of fraud (so they can request additional authentication before gas is pumped). Research shows that when prompted to go inside a store to complete a transaction, most criminals will drive away instead. In other words, Visa Transaction Advisor stops criminals before they can even pick up the pump.


VTA is free to participating marketers the first year.


Major gasoline brands are using carrots and sticks to move marketers toward forecourt upgrades. For example:


  • Shell will charge sites that have not upgraded a $250 monthly fee beginning May 1. The fee jumps to $500 per month July 1. (Feb. 18 TulsaLetter)
  • ExxonMobil, on the other hand, has extended to June 30 retailer technology incentives scheduled to expire this month. (March 18 TulsaLetter) The company also announced that forecourt EMV upgrades, at least initially, will be mandatory only for its branded stations in California, Florida, New Jersey, New York and Texas.


What’s Next. Back in 2015 (the original forecourt liability shift deadline), consumers who wanted to buy fuel without cash had only one widely available option: a credit card.


In the years since, new cashless payment technologies have emerged. Contactless credit cards. App-based mobile wallets. In-vehicle payment systems. C-store loyalty card programs. And a completely frictionless Amazon-like “just drive away” experience probably isn’t far off. Each advancement will invite new types of fraud.


Today, EMV technology is the most important tool to protect against fraudulent fuel purchases.


Tomorrow, fuel marketers will be fighting a different battle.


Subsidized COBRA Eligible to Laid Off Employees Through September 30
The COVID relief legislation (the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021) that was signed into law in March included language providing COBRA premium health insurance coverage for laid off employees and their beneficiaries.

COBRA provides certain employees and their beneficiaries with the right to retain coverage under an employer’s group health plan for a set period following certain triggering events including when the employee is laid off. Typically, the cost of the COBRA premium is born exclusively by the individual. However, the new law provides subsidies to cover 100 percent of the premiums for eligible individuals who qualify for COBRA coverage for the period from April 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021. During this period, the qualifying individual does not have to remit COBRA premiums and instead the premium will be reimbursed directly to the employer, plan administrator or insurance company (depending on the nature of the plan) in the form of a tax credit.

Recently the Department of Labor (DOL) issued two new sets of FAQs to help employees and employers understand the new COBRA premium subsidies and COBRA in general. The DOL also issued new model notices that employers and plan administrators may use to satisfy their obligation to alert COBRA qualifying individuals of the COBRA premium subsidies. DOL COBRA information can be found by clicking here.

In the event of a termination/lay off or other action (such as a reduction in hours) that would end an employee’s regular coverage under the group health plan and cause them to be eligible for COBRA – employers should make sure that they and their agents consult the new materials from the DOL and comply with the new requirements related to the premium subsidies.


FMCSA Warns Motor Carriers of Fraudulent Vendors Posing as Government Agencies
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is warning motor carriers of predatory companies posing as government agencies seeking to collect $149 filing fees for U.S. DOT number renewal. One company sent past-due notices to motor carriers under the name “FMCSA Compliance Processing Group.” The letters warn motor carriers to “contact us immediately” or risk fines of $1,000 a day and out of service orders, “per the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.”

The company’s letter takes advantage of a requirement for U.S. DOT number holders to update their company information every two years by filing a new MCS-150 form with the FMCSA. In its warning, FMCSA said it is aware motor carrier officials and new entrant applicants often receive “confusing or misleading solicitations” from service providers or third-party administrators via telephone, email, text and U.S. Mail. These businesses obtain publicly available company information provided when submitting applications and renewals required in to comply with FMCSA regulations. The FMCSA says it never contacts motor carriers via telemarketers or robocall solicitations, nor requests credit card numbers by telephone or charge a fee for downloadable forms that can be found for free at fmcsa.dot.gov/mission/forms. FMCSA said aggressive or fraudulent marketing complaints include motor carriers being pressured to immediately enroll in drug and alcohol supervisor training, offer general agency regulatory and compliance support, Unified Carrier Registration compliance or biennial updates, FMCSA said. The agency said motor carriers should report all fraudulent requests for information to the Office of Inspector General Hotline via oig.dot.gov/hotline or by calling (800) 424-9071.


Changes in Hurricane Forecasting and Early 2021 Predictions
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season produced 30 named storms, the most on record, and the U.S. had 12 direct strikes, busting the previous record of nine from 1916. Forecasters had to turn to the rarely used Greek alphabet for only the second time in history to name tropical systems (it is worth noting that using the Greek alphabet caused too much confusion last year and forecasters have eliminated use of the Greek alphabet for future storms).


Due to the increase in storm intensity, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) updated its hurricane baseline for the Atlantic hurricane season (June 1 – November 30) this year. NOAA will now use data from 1991 through 2020 (NOAA previously used the 1981 to 2010 timeframe), which represents an upward revision in the number of hurricanes for an "average" season.


Meanwhile, Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science estimates that 2021 will have about 8 hurricanes (average is 6.4), 17 named storms (average is 12.1), 80 named storm days (average is 59.4), 35 hurricane days (average is 24.2), 4 major (Category 3-4-5) hurricanes (average is 2.7) and 9 major hurricane days (average is 6.2). The probability of U.S. major hurricane landfall is estimated to be about 130 percent of the long-period average.

Meanwhile, North Carolina State University (NCSU) researchers predict a higher than average season, and have elaborated on the discussion that the season should start May 15 as there have been early starts to the season in recent years. The move will not happen in time for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, however, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) will start issuing tropical weather outlooks on May 15 this year, which is when routine tropical weather outlooks also begin for the eastern Pacific basin.

Based on current weather data as well as long-range climate clues, AccuWeather meteorological forecasters are urging residents in traditional hurricane-prone areas to make their preparations now.


Securing Public Gatherings Website is Available
The Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released the CISA Securing Public Gatherings website, www.cisa.gov/securing-public-gatherings. The site features security resources related to public gatherings and crowded places for all stakeholders.

Public gatherings and crowded places are increasingly vulnerable to terrorist attacks and other extremist actors because of their relative accessibility and large number of potential targets. Organizations of all types of sizes, businesses, critical infrastructure owners and operators, the public, schools, and houses of worship face a variety of security risks. To help organizations mitigate potential risks in today’s rapidly evolving threat environment, CISA provides a compendium of resources for securing public gatherings. These resources cover unauthorized access to facilities, cybersecurity, election security, active shooters, bombings, and small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS).


Energy Marketers of America Comments on E15 Labeling and UST Compatibility Proposed Rule
Back in April, EMA submitted comments on the EPA’s E15 Labeling and UST compatibility proposed rule. EMA told the EPA that “energy marketers are willing to sell any liquid fuel that is compatible with existing storage and dispensing equipment, as well as the equipment it powers. Unfortunately, sealants, gaskets and other materials used to connect piping to tanks and equipment, release detection and other monitoring equipment, as well as dispensing equipment are not E15 compatible and adding an ethanol compatible pipe dope to an existing pipe connection is not as simple as unscrewing a fitting, adding pipe dope, and replacing the fitting.”

EMA also highlighted its concerns regarding state tank funds which could be at grave risk of insolvency if there are a significant number of new releases attributable to compatibility. Furthermore, EMA opposed the potential removal of the E15 labeling requirement in the proposed rule due to the ongoing risk of consumer misfuelling and the liability issues misfuelling raises for retailers. Even though the EPA has approved E15 for 2001 and newer vehicles, several automakers have not been willing to amend their warranties to handle blends above E10, therefore, consumers need to know what they are buying.


EMA urged the EPA to add the following to the current E15 dispenser label, “Check Owner’s Manual for Compatibility with E15” and also voiced concerns with current E15 marketing as “unleaded88.” Click here to read the comments.


IRS Rule Allows Deductions for Expenses Previously Disallowed Under the PPP Loan Program
The IRS is providing businesses that received a first round Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan a way to deduct expenses they could not claim last year. This week, the IRS issued a revenue procedure that provides a safe harbor for certain taxpayers who received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan between March 26, 2020 and December 27, 2020. The safe harbor applies to taxpayers who were previously unable to deduct otherwise deductible expenses during the covered period due to an IRS ruling that disallowed costs paid from funds forgiven under the PPP program and treated PPP funds as gross income. This meant that not only were normally deductible costs for payroll, interest on mortgage obligations, rent and utilities not allowed, but the forgiven portion of the PPP loan would be taxed as income as well. However, the Consolidated Appropriations Act enacted on December 27, 2020 overturned the IRS ruling and allowed businesses to claim the deductions and treat forgiven PPP loans as taxable income.

EMA supported the provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act that fixed the deductibility and taxable income problems. Under the safe harbor established in the IRS ruling, taxpayers may now deduct the previously disallowed expenses in the immediately subsequent taxable year.


Fuels Institute Issues Diesel Fuel Quality Recommended Practices Guide
The Fuels Institute’s Diesel Fuel Quality Council (DFQC) released its first publication earlier last month. The “Diesel Storage Tanks: Industry Practices to Minimize Degradation and Improve Fuel Quality” provides recommended practices for the management of storage tank systems to preserve diesel fuel quality and protect the vehicles using the fuel. The document discusses best practices related to the delivery of diesel fuel, diesel fuel tank and dispenser maintenance, and diesel fuel remediation.

Information is presented as minimum practices to ensure diesel fuel quality and additional practices for more preventative measures. EMA provided extensive comments on this document during its development. While we have concerns with the distinction between minimum practices and additional practices, the document provides many practices that can be implemented at a dispensing facility to minimize impacts to diesel fuel quality. You can download the document for free from the Fuels Institute website.


Renewable Renewal of Expiring Annual HAZMAT Registration Certificates Dues by July 1, 2021
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) online portal for annual HAZMAT registration opened May 1, 2021. Registration renewals must be completed by July 1, 2021. However, due to COVID-19 workplace restrictions and processing delays, marketers should register online this year and do so early.

Important! Due to COVID-19 workplace restrictions, processing of paper HAZMAT registration forms is likely to be significantly delayed this year. It is highly recommended that registration be conducted online to avoid interruption of operating authority. HAZMAT registration renewals made on paper forms and mailed to PHMSA will very likely not be processed in time for the July 1, 2021 registration deadline. Please do not risk interruption of operating authority. Renew online by clicking here.

PHMSA requires both hazardous material transporters and those who ship hazardous materials through common carriers to register and pay a fee each year in return for a certificate of authority to operate in intrastate and/or interstate commerce. Since PHMSA allows multiyear registration, not all registration certificates are up for renewal by July 1, 2021. Marketers should look at their registration certificate for the date of renewal or search registration status at PHMSA’s online portal at registration look-up to determine whether registration is due for renewal.

Click here to read the full EMA Regulatory Compliance Bulletin for more information.


EMA Urges DOE, DHS and FMCSA to Address Problems Related to Winter Storm and Driver Shortage
Over the past two months, EMA has been in frequent communication with DOE, DOT and DHS regarding lingering distribution problems in some parts of the South primarily caused by the dramatic winter storm in Texas. Since then, EMA has also been communicating that in the South there are already problems with keeping stations filled due to the need to “catch-up” from the delays caused by the January Texas winter storm, by subsequent flooding and a nationwide driver shortage that has been exacerbated by driver illness and further by the latest stimulus checks and increased unemployment benefits. EMA members are concerned that given that some states are already in a deficit, an early hurricane (NOAA moved Hurricane Season up to May 15 beginning this year) would mean more serious deficits and shortages, and we are particularly concerned about what might occur in an evacuation under these circumstances.

In a follow-up to the previous communications, EMA VP Sherri Stone reported that EMA and Steve Ferren, Arkansas Oil Marketers Association, Inc.; Ned Bowman, Florida Petroleum Marketers Association; and Emily LeRoy, Tennessee Fuel & Convenience Store Association, had a detailed situational awareness discussion yesterday with 10 DOE and Energy Information Administration (EIA) leaders and that all potential solutions (federal regional Hours-of-Service (HOS) waiver, state weight waivers, and an awareness of the need for a particularly quick response time to any waiver requests should a hurricane occur before the states are back to full capacity, and the need for long-term solutions to the driver shortage) are being considered.

In addition, EMA, along with NATSO, NACS and SIGMA, also sent a letter to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) arguing for an expansion of the nationwide HOS waiver to include the transportation of fuel to alleviate the current driver shortage. Allowing truck drivers to work more hours will reduce the number of trucks and drivers it takes to move the same amount of fuel. Click here to read the letter.


Biden Administration Withdraws Independent Contractor Rule
Last week, the Department of Labor (DOL) withdrew the Trump Administration’s final rule that clarified the standard for determining employee versus independent contractor status under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The withdrawal of the final rule took effect yesterday. Independent contractors are not entitled to the federal minimum wage, overtime pay and other benefits that covered employees receive under the FLSA. DOL will not replace the Trump administration independent contractor rule with a new one, instead falling back on the decades old "economic realities" test. In withdrawing the prior administration's independent contractor rule, DOL said it “believed that the Rule is inconsistent with the FLSA’s text and purpose and would have a confusing and disruptive effect on workers and businesses alike due to its departure from longstanding judicial precedent.”

The Trump Administration issued its final independent contractor rule before leaving office on January 6, 2021, which would have:


  • Reaffirmed an “economic reality” test to determine whether an individual is in business for him or herself (independent contractor) or is economically dependent on a potential employer for work (FLSA employee).
  • Identified and explains two “core factors” that are most probative to the question of whether a worker is economically dependent on someone else’s business or is in business for him or herself:
  • The nature and degree of control over the work.
  • The worker’s opportunity for profit or loss based on initiative and/or investment.
  • Identified three other factors that may serve as additional guideposts in the analysis, particularly when the two core factors do not point to the same classification. The factors are:
  • The amount of skill required for the work.
  • The degree of permanence of the working relationship between the worker and the potential employer.
  • Whether the work is part of an integrated unit of production.
  • The actual practice of the worker and the potential employer is more relevant than what may be contractually or theoretically possible.
  • Provides six fact-specific examples applying the factors.


While DOL said it does not plan to issue a replacement rule at this time, President Biden has indicated his support for an "ABC test" like the one used in California. California, Illinois, Massachusetts and New Jersey use a more stringent independent contractor test. If DOL interprets the economic realities test like these States, the following factors could come into play:


  • Whether the worker controls and directs the performance of the work free from the hiring entity.
  • Whether the worker performs tasks that are outside the usual course of the hiring entity's business.
  • Whether the worker is customarily engaged in an independently-established trade, occupation or business of the same nature as the work performed for the hiring entity.


Marketers should expect the Biden DOL to favor classification of workers as employees, rather than as independent contractors. Companies using independent contractors should evaluate whether these individuals are properly classified, recognizing that this issue is going to be a focus of the new administration.


EMA Regulatory Alert: Legalized Marijuana and CBD Oil Strictly Prohibited under U.S. DOT Drug Testing Regulations
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Office of Drug and Alcohol has once again clarified the agency’s drug and alcohol policy concerning the legalized use under state laws of CBD oil and legalized marijuana by CDL drivers. The policy is important to energy marketers because it addresses how state legalization of CBD oil and marijuana for medical and recreation purposes is treated under U.S. DOT drug testing requirements for CDL drivers (49 CFR Part 40). The federal DOT does not recognize state legalization laws. The substances are banned under federal law.

Both CBD oil and marijuana contain THC, a banned Schedule 1 substance under U.S DOT regulations. CBD oil derived from hemp contains 0.3 percent concentration of THC. THC concentrations in marijuana may range from anywhere between 5 percent and 30 percent. The U.S. DOT drug testing regulations do not authorize the use of Schedule I drugs for any reason. Therefore, a medical review officer (MRO) conducting driver drug tests will not issue a negative test result simply because the THC detected in a driver’s urine specimen was from the legalized recreational use of CBD oil or marijuana. In addition, an MRO will not issue a negative drug test based upon information that a physician recommended that the employee use medical marijuana where states have passed medical marijuana initiatives. Instead, THC from these (or any other) source will result in a positive test for the driver.

Click here to read the full regulatory alert. 


Convenience Retailing Industry Gears Up to Celebrate 24/7 Day
This year’s 24/7 Day will honor local heroes who work around the clock for their communities.
 

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The NACS Foundation is looking for retailer and supplier partners to celebrate the convenience industry’s 24/7 commitment to the communities they serve and to recognize frontline workers, first responders, medical personnel and American Red Cross volunteers for 24/7 Day, taking place on July 24.
 

Now in its third year, this year’s event will focus on the individuals who continue to unite, uplift and serve our communities, while uncovering and telling the human stories behind these hometown heroes.
 

“Convenience stores are essential businesses, not just for the items they sell and the convenience they provide, but also for what retailers and their teams mean to their community,” said Stephanie Sikorski, executive director of the NACS Foundation. “We are proud to celebrate local heroes during this year’s 24/7 Day celebration.”
 

There is no entry cost to retailers to join 24/7 Day, and specific campaigns can be built out based on retailer needs and goals, making the program very flexible. 
 

In 2020, 18 convenience retail partners, representing 20 unique brands and 30,000 store locations across the U.S., joined together for 24/7 Day, a 500% increase over the inaugural year. Last year, community leader Sheetz, NENA (National Emergency Number Association) and the Foundation’s official media partner GSTV aided in disaster relief funding and told the industry’s story about its heart, with more than one million earned media impressions tied to outreach efforts.
 

“Our first responders and frontline workers continue to truly inspire us,” said Sheetz President/COO Travis Sheetz. “While we’ve always been grateful for their dedication and commitment, their hard work has shined even brighter through the pandemic where, as a nation, we’ve seen first-hand how tirelessly they work to care for others. As a company, it’s always been important for us to show them our appreciation and we’re hopeful this year’s campaign will help them know that we, as an industry, are so incredibly thankful to each and every one of them.”
 

To learn more about how to participate in 24/7 Day, visit 247day.org.


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