Kentucky Propane Gas Association

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Registration Now Open!

Sponsorship Deadline june 15
Room block cut-off and early-bird registration deadline june 22

The 2018 KPGA Summer Convention is just around the corner! This year's convention is one you won't want to miss! Join industry colleagues and friends as we celebrate 70 years of KPGA "back home" at Lake Barkley State Resort Park in Cadiz, Kentucky. There are multiple options for sponsorsing this year's convention and I hope you'll consider contributing in some way. The Summer Convention is a homecoming in many ways every year and I'm looking forward to reminiscing and celebrating our successes as we make our way back to Lake Barkley this July.

-Shane Fortner, KPGA President



KPGA makes its way back to the beautiful Lake Barkley State Resort Park this year! Book your room today and enjoy the park! To book your room, call (270) 924-1131 and request the Kentucky Propane Gas Association room rate. To reserve a room online visit and enter group code: 1788

Room rates $109.95
Suite Rates $229.95

Room reservation deadline: June 22, 2018.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Join your colleagues in celebrating 70 years of KPGA through sponsorship of the 2018 Summer Convention! Sponsorship opportunities this year include a memorial sponsorship - sponsor the celebration in memory of a loved one or industry colleague as we mark 70 years of the association.

Sponsorship includes listing on convention signage, in promotional emails, KPGA E-News following convention and recognition during the convention. The sponsorship deadline is June 15.

Sponsorship Levels




Celebration Contributor

Memorial Sponsor*

*Sponsor the 2018 KPGA Convention in memory of a loved one or industry colleague as we mark 70 years of the association.


To view a schedule of events, download the convention information below.

Registration and sponsorship forms may be mailed to the KPGA office at 340 Democrat Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601, emailed to Mallory Gill at, or faxed to 502-875-1595. 

Please contact Kyle Kelly at the KPGA office (502-875-2686) or via email ( with any questions regarding the convention.

Thank you to the 2018 KPGA Convention Sponsors


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Latest KPGA News

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Congratulations to the 2018 Thomas B. Bright Jr. Memorial Scholarship Recipients

The 2018 Thomas B. Bright Jr. Memorial Scholarships have been awarded to Cory Wallace and Lon Sewell. 

Cory Wallace attends Eastern Kentucky University and is the son of Karla Wallace, an employee of Tri-County Fertilizer & Propane.

Lon Sewell attends Henry County High School in Paris, Tennessee and plans to attend Jackson State Community College. He is the son of Barry Sowell, an employee at Ken-Tenn Propane in Clinton, Kentucky.

Please join us in congratulating the 2018 scholarship recipients!

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There’s Still Time to Advertise with KPGA in 2018

Did you miss the deadline for KPGA E-News and website advertising? There’s still time to take advantage of this advertising opportunity. Send in a completed advertising contract and ad material to Sarah Rowlette at

If you have any questions regarding advertising, feel free to call the KPGA office at (502) 875-2686. 


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Think of all the comforts your family loves about your home: relaxing by the fireplace; enjoying a long, hot shower; or putting on a favorite sweatshirt fresh out of the dryer. When you use propane appliances you can give your family even greater comfort, from endless hot water to softer clothing and cozier heat on cold winter days.