Fill up for FFA at CVA
Jan 29, 2024
During National FFA Week February 17 through February 24, Central Valley Ag (CVA) cooperative will donate 10 cents from every gallon purchased to empower the next generation of leaders through the Nebraska and Kansas FFA Foundations.
“As FFA invests in growing leaders and getting young people involved in agriculture, CVA is proud to support their mission,” said Jeff Ingalls, SVP of Energy at CVA. “Agriculture needs great leaders, and FFA does a great job of preparing our young people for the challenges ahead.”
Show your commitment by filling up at a CVA fuel site with a CVA card and fuel a brighter future, one gallon at a time.
“Thank you for supporting Nebraska FFA members through the CVA gas promotion campaign during National FFA Week. Nebraska FFA Foundation and CVA both believe in growing a bright future for agriculture education and FFA in Nebraska and with your support you can help us to grow leaders, build communities and create career connections for over 12,000 Nebraska FFA members,” said Stacey Agnew, executive director of the Nebraska FFA Foundation.
“Kansas FFA is experiencing phenomenal growth. We are excited to share that there are more than 13,000 members and 226 FFA chapters across our state,” said Beth Gaines, executive director at Kansas FFA Foundation. “We are excited to partner with CVA to help create even more opportunities for our members to grow their leadership skills and prepare to become the next generation of agriculture leaders.”
The Nebraska and Kansas FFA Foundations will receive 10 cents for every gallon of fuel purchased with a CVA fuel card at a CVA fuel site, Feb. 17 through Feb. 24.
Those without a CVA fuel card can request online at www.cvacoop.com/cva-fuel-card to fill up for FFA during National FFA week. CVA fuel card holders also enjoy a 5-cent discount per gallon every time you fill up at any of CVA’s convenient locations across Nebraska and Kansas.
“Together, let’s cultivate a brighter future for agriculture, one fill-up at a time,” said Ingalls.