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Alliance AutoGas has welcomed Cumberland Gas as a new partner in its network that will provide Georgia-based fleets with propane autogas fueling infrastructure and vehicle conversions.

"Partnering with Alliance AutoGas is a great opportunity to educate the public on the advantages of utilizing this domestic clean fuel in a variety of fleet applications," says Daniel Minckler, vice president of operations at Cumberland Gas. "Fleet operators are afforded the opportunity to experience substantial fuel cost savings by converting to propane autogas, and we are excited to spread this message."

Cumberland Gas is a family owned and operated company that was established in Kingsland, Ga., in 1956.

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