Twin Lakes, Wis. – Feb. 24, 2015 – Miss Wisconsin Raeanna Johnson will visit Wilmont Union High School on Feb. 24 to discuss the impact of substance abuse with area teens as part of a sponsorship from CITGO Petroleum Corporation, CITGO Marketer Condon Oil and local Retailer Twin Lakes CITGO.

“Addressing drug abuse is a very personal cause for me, as I lost my older brother Tyler to addiction nearly 10 years ago,” said Johnson. “I want students like Tyler to understand the damages drugs can do, not just in their own lives, but in the lives of their families and friends, as well. I am incredibly thankful to CITGO and Condon Oil for enabling me to spread this important message.”

Following the presentation, Johnson will meet with students to continue sharing her story and offer advice for those struggling in similar situations at the Twin Lakes CITGO on 410 North Lake Avenue from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm Twin Lakes CITGO will provide a free gift for the first 100 people to check in on the Club CITGO mobile phone application. There will also be opportunities to win gift cards through Club CITGO, and every customer who downloads the app will instantly receive access to discounted items at all participating CITGO locations.

“As a member of the Twin Lakes community, our station is dedicated to giving back to our neighbors,” said Roop Singh, owner of Twin Lakes CITGO.  “We look forward to meeting with Raeanna and are grateful for the opportunity to help educate children and families on the dangers of drug abuse.”

CITGO is committed to giving back to the local communities it serves through its network of locally owned stations. CITGO Marketers and Retailers in Wisconsin like Condon Oil own and operate more than 250 CITGO locations and are proud to support their communities. For more information on the positive impact of the locally owned CITGO stations, visit

CITGO, based in Houston, is a refiner, transporter and marketer of transportation fuels, lubricants, petrochemicals and other industrial products. The company is owned by CITGO Holding, Inc., an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A., the national oil company of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. For more information, visit