TRUFLAME IN THE COMMUNITY
TRUFLAME BEST OF THE BORO 2018
Thank you, Statesboro customers, We are TRULY grateful to be recognized as Best of the Boro in Statesboro!
Pictured are Erick Blitch and his wife, Victoria.
Group picture of the Statesboro Tru Flame Team: Dennis Blackburn holding the plaque (Serviceman), Erick Blitch to right (Manager), Tyler McMillan (green shirt), Caleb Wilson (front left), Darien Waters(back left), Bryan Rushing (back middle).
Not pictured, Bill Thompson, Driver and Connor Doles.
Thanks to all who voted for us and to our awesome team members who make us the best of the best!
BOWLING FOR LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA
We had an amazing time bowling in North Augusta at Northside Bowling during a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. One of our Augusta customers, RBW Logistics, was a sponsor for this great event!
SUPPORTING OUR MISSIONARIES
TruFlame is a supporter of our friends Silas and Rahab Waweru (pictured front, middle), who are missionaries from Kenya. They visited last April, and we shared a lunch together prepared by one of our drivers, Eddie Taylor, and his wife, Kim. They shared their experiences and stories with the team. It's always a special time when they visit!
TRUFLAME BEST OF THE BORO 2017
Thank you, Statesboro customers, for voting TruFlame The Best Propane Gas Company! We are honored and excited to be the Best of The Boro 2017! Congratulations to Erick Blitch and Chip Smith for leading the TruFlame team in Statesboro - Dennis Blackburn, Justin Myers, Bill Thompson, Ben Murray, Tyler McMillan, and Caleb Wilson! You all deserve this - great team!
GEORGIA PROPANE ASSOCIATION AND TRUFLAME GAS COMPANY DONATE EQUIPMENT
Pete Cates of TruFlame Gas Company, a member of the Georgia Propane Association, presented a Lenox High Efficiency Gas Furnace to students and faculty at the Grovetown Campus.
Propane is a good, clean alternative fuel source and students will now be able to have advanced training with propane, which will better prepare them for the workforce. The propane industry is always seeking skilled, qualified individuals to continue the growth in the use of this clean, efficient energy. Instructors will begin showing students in the Conditioned Air Technology program how the propane furnace works compared to one that operates by electricity or natural gas.