Milwaukee-Area CITGO Marketers Ready to 'Rock' New Promo

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Milwaukee-Area CITGO Marketers Ready to 'Rock' New Promo


MILWAUKEE – CITGO Petroleum Corp. marketers and retailers in the greater Milwaukee area are teaming up with local music halls for the new "Fuel Up & Get Down" promotion, which runs through April 30. A total of 160 CITGO locations are offering customers the opportunity to receive up to two tickets per person for an event at Pabst Theater, The Riverside Theater or Turner Hall Ballroom.

Customers who make four CITGO fuel purchases of at least eight gallons have the chance to receive a free event ticket. Once the four fill-ups have been completed, the individual can fill out a form near the cash register inside participating locations. Customers who bring their receipts from purchases dated between Nov. 4, 2013 and April 30, 2014, along with the completed form, to the box office at The Riverside Theater or Pabst Theater will be eligible to receive one free ticket for every four receipts submitted, up to two per person.

"Playing an active role in these types of community activities is one of our favorite things about being part of the CITGO team," said Tom Reinsch of Condon Oil, one of the participating CITGO marketers. "At Condon Oil, we love brainstorming new ways to get involved in the community and when we had the chance to be part of this opportunity, we jumped at it."

Receipts are redeemable for any event in the given date range while availability and supplies last, but customers must collect event tickets at least 14 days prior to the event date.

"Working with our marketers to help drive traffic to their stores with incentives that support the local community is the ultimate goal of our field marketing initiatives," said Alan Flagg, general manager of light oils marketing for CITGO. "And with 160 locations offering the chance to win tickets for fun, family events, it's a great way to kick off the holiday season and help families enjoy some festive activities at affordable prices."