Help the Propane Council Support Clean Air Initiatives at the NTEA Work Truck Show

PERC to add $5 donation to a U.S. non-profit for every token added to prize machine in its booth, No. 5591

The Propane Education & Research Council invites fleet owners and managers to visit its booth (No. 5591) during the NTEA Work Truck Show from March 3-6 in Indianapolis. Attendees can help the council raise awareness of air quality issues by learning about emissions-reducing vehicles powered by propane autogas, along with participating in the council’s donation to a non-profit organization supporting respiratory health in the United States.

Participants who pre-registered for the show can bring the token they received in the mail to a token machine located in PERC’s booth in exchange for a prize. Tokens will also be available in the booth for attendees who want to participate but didn’t receive a mailer. For each token added to the machine, PERC will donate $5 to the non-profit organization, which will be announced during the trade show.

“Propane autogas vehicles produce fewer greenhouse gases and significantly reduced NOx emissions compared to other fuels, creating a healthier environment for employees and communities at an affordable cost to fleets,” said Steve Whaley, director of autogas business development at PERC. “By donating to a non-profit dedicated to improving respiratory health for Americans, we’re furthering our mission for cleaner air in the U.S.”

Every participant who brings their token to the machine will receive a prize, either a Roomba vacuum, air purifier, wireless headphones, or chocolates.

Additionally, PERC will have propane autogas vehicles and equipment on display, including a 2020 F-250 from Alliance Autogas and a 2019 F-750 refrigerated van from Roush CleanTech.

Tucker Perkins, PERC’s president and CEO, will also be a featured speaker during the Green Truck Summit. “Alt Fuels and Technology: Evolution Toward Zero Emissions” will be presented on Tuesday, March 3 at 2:30 p.m. by Perkins, as well as Dave Howell, deputy director for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office, and Michael McDonald, Sr., director of sustainability and government affairs with UPS.

To learn more about the benefits of propane autogas for vehicle fleets before the show, visit

About PERC

The Propane Education & Research Council is a nonprofit that provides leading propane safety and training programs and invests in research and development of new propane-powered technologies. PERC is operated and funded by the propane industry. For more information, visit