Flint Springs benefits from Johnson spirit pump

Students of Flint Springs Elementary School and representatives of Johnson Petroleum celebrate the donation of $1,456.50, the proceeds from the company’s “spirit pump” program. Pictured are (front row from left) Aviaz Land, Audrey Hosier, Zech Shultz, Claire Herendeen, Hannah Wajer and Blakeley Johnson; and (back row from left) Tayler Johnson, Johnson Petroleum representative; Aimee Lunsford, Flint Springs principal; Tanner Johnson and Blake Lyon, Johnson Petroleum representatives.
Students of Flint Springs Elementary School and representatives of Johnson Petroleum celebrate the donation of $1,456.50, the proceeds from the company’s “spirit pump” program. Pictured are (front row from left) Aviaz Land, Audrey Hosier, Zech Shultz, Claire Herendeen, Hannah Wajer and Blakeley Johnson; and (back row from left) Tayler Johnson, Johnson Petroleum representative; Aimee Lunsford, Flint Springs principal; Tanner Johnson and Blake Lyon, Johnson Petroleum representatives. Photo provided.

This summer, Johnson Petroleum teamed up with its fuel supplier, Citgo Petroleum, to promote a “Spirit Pump,” that collected $1,456.50 to benefit Flint Springs Elementary School.

This decorated dispenser was located at Economart convenience store at the corner of State and Broadway in Huntington. Through two months of the summer, Johnson Petroleum committed to donating 3 cents for every gallon sold at the designated fuel dispenser to Flint Springs.

Johnson representatives presented a check to the school on Aug. 8.