Ethanol Today debuts in March "The ethanol industry is growing with over 70 ethanol plants in production and over 10,000 farmers are now directly invested in one or more ethanol plants across the United States. It is time there was a magazine that reflects the interests of all of the people who care about ethanol," said American Coalition for Ethanol Executive Director Trevor Guthmiller.
In order to respond to that need and keep people informed about what is happening in the ethanol industry, the American Coalition for Ethanol has announced that it will be publishing Ethanol Today, a new monthly magazine devoted to the ethanol industry. The first issue will debut in March 2003.
Ethanol Today will not only be a magazine for ethanol producers, but for everyone who has an interest in the industry. Every issue of Ethanol Today will feature ethanol industry news, a question and answer section with someone who is having an impact on the ethanol industry, as well as profiles of ACE members and directors. The magazine will also include reports from Guthmiller, ACE's Ethanol Market Development Director Ron Lamberty and ACE's Washington, DC Legislative Counsel Ryan Stroschein.
Ethanol Today will be mailed to ACE's members around the country. Anyone who is interested in receiving Ethanol Today magazine can join the American Coalition for Ethanol. ACE has membership levels to accommodate individuals as well as for companies. An individual membership in the American Coalition for Ethanol is only $50.
"If someone has an investment in the ethanol industry, they should be an ACE member and a subscriber to Ethanol Today magazine," said Guthmiller.
Ethanol Today will also feature advertising opportunities for companies that want to promote their products or services to the ethanol industry and its supporters. Ethanol Today will have a circulation of over 2,000 readers every month, reaching the people who make decisions at ethanol plants and companies that design and build ethanol plants, as well as farmers and ethanol plant investors.
"Ethanol Today will be a great way for companies to promote themselves to everyone from farmers interested in ethanol plants to the people who design, build and supply products and services to ethanol plants," Guthmiller added. "Ethanol Today has advertising rates that will fit any budget."
For information about receiving or advertising in Ethanol Today magazine, people can call the American Coalition for Ethanol at 605-334-3381 or visit ACE's Web site: www.ethanol. org.
The American Coalition for Ethanol is a nationwide non-profit association devoted to increasing ethanol production and use throughout the United States. ACE unites all types of individuals and organizations, including ethanol producers, rural electric cooperatives, public power districts, and businesses that benefit from the growth of the ethanol industry, into one united organization that is the nation's grassroots voice of the ethanol industry.