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IdleAir freezes current prizes through May


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Idleair said drivers and fleets with different discounted rates will automatically receive the lowest hourly rate.
Idleair said drivers and fleets with different discounted rates will automatically receive the lowest hourly rate.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — IdleAir has announced an extension of the 2011 Price Guarantee Program, which freezes current prices through May 31, 2012.

The company said IdleAir Premium Service will remain at $1.99 an hour through May 31 and IdleAir’s Extended Stay Service for continuous stays beyond the first 10 hours will remain at $1.25 per hour through May 31. Drivers and fleets with different discounted rates will automatically receive the lowest hourly rate.

 “With rising and volatile diesel prices, we wanted to offer even greater stability and savings to our customers,” IdleAir CEO Ethan Garber said when the program was first announced. “We have been very successful in streamlining services and cutting operational costs and this allows us to commit to keeping our service prices flat. We’re eager to share those savings with drivers and fleets and we are especially proud that our electricity comes from clean, secure, domestic sources instead of expensive foreign oil.”

For questions and inquiries, contact IdleAir at (865) 232-1700 or Jeff Maurer, chief listening officer at info@idleair.com.

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