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    At the Car Wash

    Rutter's debuts three new car washes with free service to government vehicles.

    YORK, Pa. -- Rutter’s Farm Stores will make a splash today to mark the recent opening of its three automatic car washes. The company will offer free premium car washes for the approximately 170 cars and light trucks operated by Springettsbury, Spring Garden and West Manchester townships and York County.

    "We place a great deal of value in the relationships with our host communities," said Scott Hartman, president of Rutter’s Farm Stores. "We’re excited to give something back to the municipalities and York County and to show off our new car washes with this special day."

    The "ultra combination" car washes will be available all day at: 910 S. Richland Ave., Spring Garden Township; 1450 Mount Zion Rd., Spring Garden Township and 4425 W. Market St., West Manchester Township.

    Rutter’s offers four automatic car-wash options: touch-free no-dry, touch-free and feather touch for $8 each and ultra combination for $10. Three self-serve bays in West Manchester Township are $2 for four minutes.

    York, Pa.-based Rutter’s provides an ongoing incentive -- a discount of 10 cents per gallon of gasoline -- for customers to buy a car wash when they purchase gasoline. The two payment options are pay-at-the-pump with a credit card and purchase a car wash at the same time, or pay inside for gas and a car wash at the same time (cash or credit). The car-wash purchase does not have to be used right away. Customers receive a car-wash authorization code that’s good for 99 days.

    Rutter’s operates 50 convenience stores in York, Adams, Franklin and Lancaster counties.


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