Country Mark Co-Op Refinery Golf Course first opened for play in 1983
Country Mark Co-Op Refinery Golf Course plays to a 9-hole par of 35 and maximum distance of 2,748 yards.
Country Mark Co-Op Refinery Golf Course is a very scenic course. The signature hole is #7, a 520-yard, par 5, requiring a shot over water. Guests of members play at no charge.
CountryMark Cooperative Inc. produces several different types of fuel products, including gasoline and diesel fuels. The company headquarters is located in downtown Indianapolis. This Indianapolis business takes pride in their 100 percent American produced fuels.
There are several CountryMark Cooperative Inc. fuel terminal stations in Indiana, located in the towns of Mount Vernon, Switz City, Jolietville and Peru. The co-op has 18 members that deliver CountryMark products in the Hoosier state, and 90 gas stations in the midwest carry their fuels. Each member co-op is controlled and owned locally, unlike many other fuel refiners. This means that all profits remain in local communities, and benefit local residents.
The co-op began in the 1920s, originally named the Farm Bureau Cooperative Association. Originally, the founders were all farmers, and they formed this co-op in order to collectively purchase oil for their farming equipment. Soon after forming, the Farm Bureau Cooperative Association saw a need for higher quality fuels. In the 1930s and 1940s, the co-op became experts on drilling, refining and distributing their fuels.
CountryMark Cooperative Inc. has become a part of Indiana society, culture and community by enhancing local economies and fueling Indiana farms. The company estimates that more than 65 percent of Indiana farmers use their products. The company also impacts Indianapolis education and Indianapolis children, because more than half of all Indiana school buses use CountryMark Cooperative Inc. fuels.
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