Oklahoma City businessmen tout CNG plan online

Sunday, July 31, 2011

by Jay F. Marks

The Oklahoman

An unlikely pairing of Oklahoma City businessmen has gone digital with their plan to save the U.S. Postal Service from going broke by turning to an abundant American resource.

Adman Bob Hammack and oilman Ron Mercer packed their plan into a 15-minute YouTube video titled “Pump Fiction,” which has drawn more than 6,200 views since it was posted July 1.

They propose allowing private companies to install compressed natural gas fueling stations at post offices, which would give the struggling Postal Service and the public access to cheaper fuel.

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