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8/8/2012 7:51:00 AM
Yavapai Bottle Gas is new corporate partner at Tim's Toyota Center
Special to the Tribune

Global Entertainment Corporation and Tim's Toyota Center in Prescott Valley announced this past week the addition of Yavapai Bottle Gas of Dewey as a special corporate sponsor for the new Upcoming Events Center within the TTC arena concourse.

"When patrons walk through the front doors of Tim's Toyota Center they immediately will be greeted by two 72-inch digital screens detailing upcoming events," TTC chief marketing and sales director David Kredell said. "The positioning of the Upcoming Events Center came about because of the continued questions about what events were coming up and basic information like dates and ticket information. The UEC also will be loaded with Sundogs game video as well as previous event highlights."

"We are very happy to be working with such a community-minded corporate sponsor such as Yavapai Bottle Gas. This is a business that has been serving their customers' needs for many years and has always made it a point to help enrich the people in the area," TTC general manager Gary Spiker said.

Yavapai Bottle Gas lays claim to being the oldest locally owned propane company in Yavapai County, celebrating 25 years of service.

"We're a local family business. When we started in 1987 we had a one-ton pickup truck with a 500-gallon tank mounted on it; we now have grown to seven propane delivery trucks. Our largest holds 6,000 gallons," Yavapai Bottle Gas president and owner David Cameron said. "Our current and future customers are the heart of our business, and we thank them for their continued support.

"We are very excited to partner with the folks at Tim's Toyota Center. In the few years it's been here, this facility has brought so much to our community in both fantastic events and revenue generated in our economy."

For more information on Yavapai Bottle Gas visit: www.yavapaigas.com or call 928-775-2667. For Tim's Toyota Center, call David Kredell at 928-583-6072 or log on to www.timstoyotacenter.com.

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