Two local gas stations will lower prices for regular gasoline to $2.38/gallon, the national average in 2021, on July 5.
According to a release from Americans for Prosperity in Pennsylvania (AFP-PA), the grassroots group is taking over the Sunoco gas station in Latrobe and Joey's On The Edge in Export to save drivers some pain at the pump.
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The participating stations are located at:
58 N Ligonier Street in Latrobe from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
5904 Washington Avenue in Export from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
These are the group's third and fourth price-lowering events in the area.
On June 22, rows of cars lined up for a two hour event at the BP gas station in Lower Burrell for their chance at cheaper gas.
PHOTOS: Local gas station lowered prices to $2.38/gallon for 2 hours
150 cars were able to fill up for $2.38/gallon.
Assuming an average 10-gallon tank in those cars, we estimated the price difference at the first event cost the gas station about $4000. 11 News was told Americans for Prosperity absorbed the costs.
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