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         JULY 22-25, 2012


The Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel offers                  The hotel has its own nightclub offering live bands and
oceanfront luxury and sensational views. Guests of this        dancing each night. Entry is free to all MAPGA guests
hotel will enjoy amenities and features like a health club     (must be 21 to enter).
with sauna and hot tub, indoor heated pool and poolside
bar.                                                           A block of rooms has been reserved for our meeting. The
                                                               group rate of $218/night standard or $238/night executive
Ocean City is a great place to indulge in delicious, fresh     king is available until June 21, 2012. Be sure to mention
seafood from local restaurants. During your visit, enjoy       MAPGA to receive this special rate.
a nice meal and a refreshing beverage at the on-site
Breakers Pub. For more full-service dining, the Horizons       For reservations or more hotel information, please call the
restaurant is also on the premises and serves breakfast,       Clarion Resort Fontainebleau directly at 1-800-638-2100.
lunch and dinner.                                              Room upgrades are also available at a higher group rate.

   Top 10+ things you should do
   when you get to OC.
                                                      AREA ATTRACTIONS
    1) Hit the boardwalk. At just under three miles, the Ocean City, Maryland boardwalk is a perfect family bike ride,
       a walk or run, or a relaxing tram ride. At night the boardwalk comes to life with rides, arcades and performers.
    2) Indulge in culinary delights. Ocean City restaurants serve up boardwalk fries, Maryland crab cakes, hot, fresh
       pizza, juicy Delmarva fried chicken, sweet saltwater taffy and some of the finest dining in the mid-Atlantic.
    3) Catch the sun’s ups and downs. Sunsets are spectacular on the inlet and sunrise is worth getting up early for!
    4) Go back in time. Explore OC history at the Life-Saving Station Museum, or take a walking tour of downtown.
    5) Check out Assateague’s wild ponies. The famous ponies are just nine miles from OC, along with nature trails,
       deer, foxes and thousands of birds.
    6) Do some serious shopping. Hit the outlets, the boardwalk, enclosed mall and boutiques.
    7) Fireworks! Come and see an amazing fireworks show choreographed to music every Tuesday night at 10 p.m.
    8) Catch a Free Movie Under the Stars. Monday night at 8:30 p.m. 27th Street on the beach.
    9) Explore the beauty of Northside Park. This 58-acre complex is OC’s largest and most popular park facility.
       Play your favorite sport on the softball, baseball or soccer fieds. Or pack a lunch, grab your family and enjoy
       some quality time.
   10) Fore! Ocean City is home to some of the most scenic and challenging courses in the Mid-Atlantic region. Or if
       putt-putt is more your speed you will find a number of those fun courses in town.
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Sunday, July 22nd                                         7:00 p.m.      Dinner on your own
11:00 a.m.   Golf Tournament                              9:00 p.m.      Supplier’s Committee Shuttle to the
             Glen Riddle Golf Club: Man ‘O War Course                    Paddock for Mr. GreenGenes Concert
6:00 p.m.    Welcome Reception
7:00 p.m.    Dinner on your own                           Tuesday, July 24th
                                                          7:30 a.m.      Continental Breakfast
Monday, July 23rd                                         8:00 a.m.      NPGA Update
                                                                         Phil Squair, Senior Vice President,
7:30 a.m.    Continental Breakfast                                       Public & Governmental Affairs
8:00 a.m.    Safety Update:                               9:00 a.m.      Committee Meetings
             Cathodic Protection/Back-up Cams
             Earl Slacum                                                 9:00 a.m.  Education and Safety &
                                                                                    Market Development
8:30 a.m.    Cargas Systems Survey Results                               9:45 a.m.  Legislative/PAC &
             Nate Scott/Saul Cohen                                                  Membership and Programs
9:00 a.m.    PERC Update – Greg Zilberfarb                               10:30 a.m. Suppliers
9:30 a.m.    Break                                        11:15 a.m.     General Membership Meeting
9:45 a.m.    Engine Fuel/New Technology                   12:00 p.m.     Lunch Session:
             Presentations & Roundtable                                  Legislative/Election Overview
             Moderated by Greg Zilberfarb                                Phil Squair
              Liquid Injected Bi-Fuel Autogas            3:00 p.m.      Mini-Golf Tournament
                  Vehicles & Refueling Infrastructure                    Old Pro Mini Golf
                  David Kennedy, TransTech Energy         7:00 p.m.      MAPGA Group Dinner
              Propane Generators                                        Private dinner in the Crystal Ballroom
              Commercial Propane Lawn Mowers
              Combined Heat & Power Propane
                  Systems                                 Wednesday, July 25th
12:00 p.m.   Afternoon on your own                        7:30 a.m.      Breakfast on your own
6:00 p.m.    Supplier’s Committee Reception               8:30 a.m.      Board of Directors Meeting

                                                        Live music!
                                                        Ocean City’s premier cover band and a favorite of MAPGA
                                                        members, Mr. Greengenes will be playing at the Paddock
                                                        Nite Club on Monday, July 23rd at 9 p.m.

                                                        There will be a shuttle running to and from the Paddock
                                                        courtesy of the Suppliers Committee.

                                                        Contact Raphael Snably directly at 434/326-9842 if you
                                                        plan to attend.

                                                                   SOCIAL EVENT
    EVENT                                                                   FEE                     NO.       COST
    Meeting Registration                                                    $150
    Includes Sunday and Monday receptions, breakfasts, seminars,
    and Tuesday lunch.
    Tournament at GlenRiddle Man ‘O War Course                              $125
    Includes green fees, beverage cart, lunch, range balls, and prizes.     Handicap: _______
    Tuesday Lunch (Guest)                                                   $40
    Tuesday Group Dinner                                                    Adults-
    All-you-can-eat Prime Rib, Crab Legs & Seafood Buffet with Maryland     $55/person
    Style Crab Soup, Steamed Shrimp, Oysters & Clams on the ½ Shell and
    much more!
    **Children 3 and under free of charge. Please indicate #- ______

                                                                            8 & under-
    Mini-Golf Tournament at Old Pro Mini-Golf
                                                                               SPONSORED BY THE
                                                                              SUPPLIERS COMMITTEE                   FREE!
                                                                                          TOTAL ENCLOSED: $
                                                Please Make A Contribution to Your State PAC
    Maryland PAC Contribution                                                o $25       o $75
    (Make SEPARATE check payable to “MAPGA PAC”)                             o $100      o $200
    Delaware PAC Contribution                                                o $25       o $75
    (Make SEPARATE check payable to “Delaware Propane PAC”)                  o $100      o $200

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     Status of Primary Registrant: q Member q Non-Member q First-Time Attendee

     Please mail full payment with registration to:
                         MAPGA Summer 2012 Meeting
                         250 West Main Street, Suite 100
                         Charlottesville, VA 22902
     No refunds after June 13th, but substitutions are accepted. For any questions, please call Raphael Snably at
     434/326-9842 or email


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