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Dealer of the Year!

Armistead Mauck, Cherry Energy’s Vice-President/Owner, won the Dealer of the Year Award at the North Carolina Propane Gas Association’s (NCPGA) Awards Banquet at the 2017 annual convention in Myrtle Beach, SC.


A Safe Haven for Battered Men & Women – Join Us on September 30th

Join Lew Lewis, Cherry Energy’s Director of Operation, and Walk a Mile in Her Shoes on Saturday 9/30. This event support’s a new facility safe haven shelter serving Lenoir, Duplin and Green counties. Read more

Cherry Energy Participates in North Carolina Pilot Program

Cherry Energy is participating in a pilot program supported by the Propane Education and Research Council that could bring better winter comfort and reduce energy bills. Read the article.

Cherry Energy helps make Kinston even greener
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An article in ‘The Future of Energy,’ a publication of UNC-Chapel Hill, mentioned Cherry Energy’s contribution to solar energy in this up-and-coming NC town. Read more…

LP Gas Magazine Spotlights Cherry Energy

Armistead Mauck, vice president and co-owner of Cherry Energy, discusses our commitment to technology in an exclusive interview with LP Gas Magazine. Read the article.

UNC Lenoir Health Care Cancer Center’s Open House

Cherry Energy was on site at the recent UNC Lenoir Health Care Cancer Center’s Open House with our Fueling the Fight truck where we encouraged anybody with family or friend that has been affected by cancer to write his or her name on a magnet and put it on the truck. Read More…

Foundation Winter 2017

Did you know that Medicare and private insurance will pay for a lung-cancer screening if you’re a cigarette smoker and meet certain criteria? Read More…

Kinston Free Press Readers’ Choice Award
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Kinston Free Press Readers’ Choice Award

Cherry Energy took home the gold as the best gas/propane in the area in the 2016 Kinston Free Press Readers’ Choice Awards. Thank you to everyone who voted for us! Read More…

NCPGA Magazine, Member Q & A Interview
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NCPGA News, January 2015 editionMember Q & A Interview with Cherry Energy’s Armistead Mauck, Technologies and Innovations Committee Chair. Read More…
Two honored with alternative fuel certificate
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5/3/2014 – Kinston Free PressEric Richmond of America Alternative Fuel recently delivered Propane Autogas Installation certificates to Johnny Moody and Gerald Price.Cherry Energy assists Fred Moody & Sons Garage with Propane Autogas Installation certification.When Cherry Energy approached owners Johnny and Allen Moody of Fred Moody & Sons Garage, to utilize their shop facilities to convert vehicles to run on propane, the brothers were eager to learn. In fact, they were so eager that they are now certified installers for America Alternative Fuel (AAF). Read more…

Cherry Energy’s “Fueling the Fight” completes third campaign
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12/9/13 – Kinston Free PressCherry Energy, in partnership with BP North America and Lenoir Memorial Hospital, has just completed the third year of the company’s awareness campaign to educate citizens in Lenoir County on the topic of breast cancer prevention. In celebration of this effort Cherry Energy presented a $6,500 check to the Lenoir Memorial Hospital Foundation. Since inception the campaign has contributed $24,500 to the foundation. Read more…
Lenoir County testing propane-powered bus
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8/28/2013 – Kinston Free PressIn the face of rising fuel costs, the Lenoir County Public Schools system is looking into propane power as a means of going green. Brent Williams, LCPS executive director of operation, said at the encouragement of the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, Lenoir County began looking into alternative fuel sources. Read more…
Pink Truck Supports Party in Pink at Woodmen Community Center
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Clipping from Free Press 10/02/2012 – Kinston Free PressEvent to be held Saturday at Woodmen Center to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness MonthDon’t do a double-take when you see Sue Ellen Maddux with what looks like a pink feather coming out of her head. It actually is a feather and she’s wearing it throughout the month for a good cause: to raise awareness about breast cancer.“So many of us have loved ones or friends who have been touched by that disease and we want to beat it,” Maddux said.

Maddux and about a dozen other people met at the Woodmen Community Center with owners and stylists from Total Experience Salon and Spa Monday morning to have the pretty little pink feathers woven or to have a pink streak dyed into their hair. The cost for the follicle decorations are $10 each and all the money will be donated to the Susan B. Komen for the Cure organization, which funds breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment programs. Read more…

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