Mustang Fuel Employees Fight Hunger with Holiday Distributions

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(ENID, Okla.) – Dec. 16, 2019 - Mustang Fuel Corporation helped spread holiday cheer during their annual Holiday Care and Share distributions on Dec. 3 through Dec. 11 in five communities in northern and western Oklahoma. The distribution, in partnership with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, helped to provide food to more than 850 families. 

"We believe that no family should go hungry during the holiday season," said Carey Joullian, president and CEO of Mustang Fuel Corporation. "We are proud to partner with the Regional Food Bank to provide hope to the communities in which our employees live and work every day."

Mustang Fuel employees assisted families as they made their way through the distribution. Each family received a ham, fresh produce, bread and nonperishable pantry food.

"Hunger doesn't take a holiday. This distribution will provide food for our neighbors as they prepare for holiday season," said Katie Fitzgerald, chief executive officer of the Regional Food Bank. "We are so grateful to the generosity of Mustang Fuel and their employees for making this distribution possible." 

Oklahoma is the fifth hungriest state in the nation. On average, the Regional Food Bank distributes 50 million pounds of food each year through a network of 1,310 community-based partner agencies in central and western Oklahoma. Learn more about the fight against hunger in Oklahoma by visiting rfbo.org.  

About Mustang Fuel
Mustang Fuel Corporation is a private Oklahoma City based independent energy company engaged in exploration, production, gathering, processing and marketing of oil and natural gas in the Mid-Continent region. More information is available at mustangfuel.com.